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Back Office Innovations in Higher Ed
How to build efficiencies and data security and compliance through forms process automation

Part Two: Creating Secure, Compliant Workflows

Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eCampus News, Editor-at-Large

Amongst the myriad disruptions to campus operations last year, the ability to properly manage traditionally paper-based processes was taken away. The only solution was to automate—and most schools are discovering they are better off because of it. Replacing old paper trails with codified digital workflows complete with e-signatures not only better protects the data on those forms but better ensures the validity of the transactions themselves.

Join eCampus News’ panel of experts in the second part of our webinar series to discuss building efficiencies and data security and compliance. Hear how replacing the back-office paper chase with online solutions improves the user experience for everyone—parent, teacher, and administrator alike. Learn methods to capture signatures for important documents like transcripts, course changes, and vendor contracts while staying compliant and also saving time and money.

We’ll be hearing from industry experts:
(for full bio’s see below)

Peter Mosinskis, Deputy Chief Information Officer, California State University, Office of the Chancellor

Roman Klinkovich, Sr. Leader of Engineering, Adobe

Brian Kelly, Director of the Cybersecurity Program

Dec 1, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kevin Hogan
eCampus News, Editor-at-Large
Kevin is a forward-thinking media executive with more than 25 years of experience building brands and audiences online, in print, and face to face. He is an acclaimed writer, editor, and commentator covering the intersection of society and technology, especially education technology.
Peter Mosinskis
Deputy Chief Information Officer @California State University, Office of the Chancellor
Peter Mosinskis serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer at the California State University Office of the Chancellor. In this role, Peter facilitates the identification and development of opportunities for multi-campus collaboration and shared services. He has over 20 years experience in leading IT-related programs and projects at both public and private universities. He is experienced in IT strategic planning; project and portfolio management; service management; web services; accessibility and assessment. Peter holds a M.S. in Information Technology from CSU Fullerton and a B.A. in Music from Loyola Marymount University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Roman Klinkovich
Sr. Leader of Engineering @Adobe
Roman Klinkovich’s high-tech career spans two decades, during which he has been fortunate to be a part of both small startups and Fortune 500 companies. He has held key roles in leading Quality Assurance, Engineering, Product / Project Management, Sales, Operations and Customer Success. Roman loves using his technical skills in conjunction with architecture, security, and compliance to help organizations scale their control of data and processes. Roman is currently a senior leader of engineering at Adobe, where he educates customers and engineers on the latest and greatest technologies and products across all verticals.
Brian Kelly
Director of the Cybersecurity Program
Brian has been an active member of the higher education information security community since 2007. He’s participated on the EDUCAUSE Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) since 2009, serving on the Awareness and Training working group before joining the Security Professionals Conference Program Committee in 2015. Brian became Vice Chair of the conference in 2017 and chaired the 2018 Security Professionals Conference. He was a member of the HEISC Advisory Committee between 2016-2018. Brian is also a member of the REN-ISAC community. Brian was previously the Chief Information Security Officer at Quinnipiac University, he joined Quinnipiac in 2006. His career in information security began with the United States Air Force in 1993. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree from Norwich University.