[ESIP-all] Trustworthy Data Working Group Survey

Charles Vardeman cvardema at nd.edu
Thu Apr 23 08:35:41 EDT 2020

Greetings, I would like to call everyone's attention to this Trustworthy
Data Working Group survey. Please feel free to pass it along to other
researchers and practitioners.

The Trustworthy Data Working Group invites scientific researchers and the
cyberinfrastructure professionals who support them to complete a short
survey about scientific data security concerns and practices.The working
group is a collaborative effort of Trusted CI, the four NSF Big Data
Innovation Hubs, the NSF CI CoE Pilot, the Ostrom Workshop on Data
Management and Information Governance, the NSF Engagement and Performance
Operations Center (EPOC), the Indiana Geological and Water Survey, the Open
Storage Network, and other interested community members. The goal of the
working group is to understand scientific data security concerns and
provide guidance on ensuring the trustworthiness of data.The purpose of
this survey is to:
* Improve broad understanding of the range of data security concerns and
practices for open science
* Provide input and help shape new guidance for science projects and
cyberinfrastructure providers
* Serve as an opportunity to consider local data security concerns during a
voluntary, follow-up interviewPlease visit
https://surveys.illinois.edu/sec/281601 to complete the survey, and please
share this announcement to help us obtain a broad set of responses
representing a diversity of perspectives across the scientific community.
Multiple individuals from the same organization/project are welcome to take
the survey.Survey results, along with the analysis and applicable guidance,
will be published by the Trustworthy Data Working Group as a freely
available report by the end of 2020. Please visit
https://trustedci.org/trustworthy-data for updated information about the
study.Any questions/comments, please contact Jim Basney at
jbasney at illinois.edu.

Charles F. Vardeman II, Ph.D.
Computational Scientist, Center for Research Computing
Research Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Notre Dame
PO BOX 539
911 Flanner Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
cvardema at nd.edu
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