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CERIAS Security Seminar: Jillean Battle

The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security
April 17, 2024
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM


Jillean Battle
Jay Elle Battle Advocacy


Jillean Battle is a licensed attorney and adviser with Jay Elle Battle Advocacy. She recently served as Indiana's chief deputy treasurer of state and chief privacy officer. She was responsible for addressing all legal and privacy matters and helping manage nearly 13 billion in assets in the state treasury. Before serving in this role, Jillean served as the Deputy Treasurer of Missouri and the Chief Privacy Officer of South Carolina. In her executive positions, Battle led risk management efforts, executed financial strategies, and served to protect Missouri's investment portfolios, which included assets valued at approximately $8 billion. 

Battle is most proud of her work in financial literacy and passionately advocates for equal access to opportunities and women's advancement in the finance and technology industries.

Jillean serves on the Boards for Girls on the Run, Ivy Tech Community College – Columbus, Cyber Leadership Alliance, and BSides Bloomington. She holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and Indiana McKinney School of Law. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the U.S. and Europe.

The weekly security seminar has been held every semester since spring of 1992. We invite personnel at Purdue and visitors from outside to present on topics of particular interest to them in the areas of computer and network security, computer crime investigation, information warfare, information ethics, public policy for computing and security, the computing "underground," and other related topics. More info

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