our mission is to protect both personal and sensitive information promoting transparency for prospective students, current students, faculty, adjunct faculty, alumni, employees and all other constituents of webster university.

we work diligently to preserve individuals' privacy. we strive to be a valued partner and adviser to the entire university community, to protect the integrity of data collected, created, transmitted, released, stored and otherwise processed by webster university.

 

this university is dedicated to preventing unauthorized access to information, maintaining the accuracy of information, and ensuring the appropriate use of information. we strive to put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial safeguards to secure the information we collect in all formats: on paper, electronically, and verbally. these security practices are consistent with the policies of the university, with the laws and regulatory practices of multiple federal agencies, as well as the european union's general data protection regulation (gdpr). as more u.s. regulations/laws come into effect we will work diligently to align the university's best practices with those newly implemented regulations.

 

we invite you to visit this website often to learn more about security and privacy topics, access pertinent forms and notices, and to learn more about awareness training, guidance and consultation in furtherance of the university's mission, and applicable privacy laws and regulations.

 

for questions or for further information, please contact:

kevin heuser

senior director of information security
(314) 246-3150
iso@webster.edu.

jeanelle wiley

university secretary and webster senior privacy director
(314) 246-7123
cro@webster.edu

edna schick-bodric

director of privacy and information security operations
international campuses
+4312699293x4334
gdpr@webster.edu

recent events

may 30–31: webster athens hosts 2nd annual privacy summit

 

Webster athens Hosts 2nd Annual Privacy Summit
privacy managers and security team members in athens

webster athens hosted the 2nd annual privacy summit on may 30-31. webster university’s privacy mangers and privacy and information security teams met for the second time to address university’s growing privacy and information security agenda, following the enforcement of the new eu-wide general data protection regulation (gdpr) and in the light of the upcoming u.s. privacy laws next year.

university’s new privacy strategic plan 2019-2021 was presented at the summit, as well as the strengthened privacy and information security team resources.

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