Even though higher education is getting ahead with new tech tactics, colleges need to be ready to fight against cyber threats.
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Mesa Public Schools uses School Asset Manager (SAM) from Troxell Communications to assign and manage 17,000 devices.
Colleges can battle against information security threats in 2016 by brushing up on risk management and increasing network education.
School and university administrators are starting to appreciate these services as an effective tool to improve campus security and identify at-risk individuals.
In order to improve data organization and decision making processes across campus, Lansing Community College opted for Argos, an ERP system by Evisions.
In wake of Plainfield and Danville schools closing due to violent Facebook threats, schools need to consider how they can minimize online threats made by students and reduce the damage they cause. Teaching good digital citizenship and best practices to handling online threats can help reduce fear and keep schools from having to take dire measures to protect students.
In order to keep students’ data from being compromised, schools must be educated about online threats, protect their network and have a strong understanding of how vendors use student data.
The recent hacking at VTech saw a breach of data on millions of customers, including information on children. Although the company is relatively small, they were still a target. We give advice on how companies large and small can protect data and keep hackers away.
Tech expert Rob Reed weighs in on the shortage of data scientists and cyber experts, and how higher education can reverse it.
Hackers identify specific IP networks — not companies — to expose and sell to other hackers.