Ohio U Names New CIO Following Security Breaches
- By Paul McCloskey
Ohio University last week named Brice Bible chief information officer following a computer security debacle last April in which hackers broke into four computer systems and compromised files containing Social Security numbers, names, medical records and addresses of about 173,000 people.
Bible will become CIO April 16. He is now interim CIO and assistant vice president for information technology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He will replace OU's interim technology chief, Shawn Ostermann, who held the job while the university searched for a permanent replacement for Bill Sams, who stepped down after the hacker attacks last year. Read more:
Paul McCloskey is contributing editor of Syllabus.