Joanna Grama, an Associate Vice President and Information Security Leader at Vantage, was cited in a Washington Post article: “Colleges are turning students’ phones into surveillance machines, tracking the locations of hundreds of thousands”. Learn about how dozens of schools now use technology to gather data on students, including academic performance, conduct around campus, and their mental health. Also, hear the concerns of some professors and education advocates that argue how the systems represent a new low in intrusive technology by breaching students’ privacy on a massive scale and will infantilize students . Reach out to Joanna via email or Twitter to ask any questions.
As an Associate Vice President, Joanna is one of Vantage’s information security and strategic professionals and a frequent lecturer and speaker. Her expertise was developed through years in higher education with a strong focus in law, IT security policy, compliance, governance and data privacy, and she extends that knowledge through not only higher education, but justice and civic projects as well.