Brice Bible has been named the new chief information officer at Ohio University, Athens, which last year had its computer systems breached by hackers, exposing personal information of about 173,000 people, including some medical records, according to the Associated Press.
Bible is expected to assume his duties April 16, replacing Shawn Ostermann, the schools interim CIO.
Bible is interim CIO and assistant vice president for information technology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, the AP said. -- Joseph Conn / HITS staff writer
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