Amy R. Steagall, Stanford University

Amy R. Steagall Named Chief Information Security Officer

Amy R. Steagall has been selected as Stanford’s Chief Information Security Officer. Amy joined Stanford in 2020 after 25 years of distinguished service with the U.S. Air Force. She will work with university leaders to assess and manage risks and security strategies.

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Upcoming Changes to Stanford’s Login Experience

A slightly modified user experience for Stanford’s web login and two-step authentication is rolling out soon — including an updated prompt for two-step authentication. However, the functionality and flow will remain much the same.

Android Enterprise Migration Starting Sept. 19

This month, University IT will email faculty and staff using Stanford-affiliated Android devices enrolled in the Android Device Administrator management to let them know they will receive a prompt to migrate their device to Android Enterprise.

Brian Palermo and Michael Fayer

University IT's Brian Palermo Receives 2021 Marsh O’Neill Award

Brian Palermo, a computing support analyst with computer resource consulting (CRC), will receive the 2021 Marsh O'Neill Award for Exceptional and Enduring Support of Stanford University's Research Enterprise for his outstanding research support.

Amplifying Allyship as Part of IDEAL IT

Starting this fall, IDEAL IT will pilot Allyship at Work, an educational training program developed by Lean In that empowers people to take meaningful action and build an inclusive workplace culture. The Allyship at Work program will be a series of virtual workshops and guided discussion groups.

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Stanford’s Year Up Community Continues to Grow

For the fourth year in a row, the Year Up Internship Program and Stanford IT community has hosted Year Up interns. In August, we welcomed 16 new interns!