TechDecisions sat down with John Irwin, Senior Vice President of Government, Education and Healthcare at AT&T, to talk about cyber security considerations for colleges and universities: TD: Why would someone want to steal data from a college or university? JI: If you think about colleges and universities, they host a large amounts of student and […]
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