An electronic security migration plan will ensure organizations transitioning from analog to digital select systems that interoperate. A good plan will also help to evaluate the infrastructure used to support the technology.
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IT staff from colleges across the country collaborated on cybersecurity questions and strategies at the annual ACUTA conference.
Just because a college has its physical security squared away doesn’t mean their cybersecurity is up to par. Network experts reveal why college networks are juicy targets for hackers, and how schools can tighten network security before a fresh attack. Experts say that colleges should accept breaches as they come, but learn to harden their defenses, increase interoperability and react immediately to cut a threat off at its source.
The CEO of Promethean shares 7 questions to ask ed-tech vendors in order to protect student data. He says schools don’t have to wait for legislation to be passed to guarantee protection. They can start acting now.
When switching form analog to digital, it’s important schools have a security migration plan. This ensures new systems interoperate and that infrastructure needs are taken into account.
With so many employees using their personal devices for work, and connecting those devices to the network, it’s important to ensure that information is kept secure.
After an unfortunate data breach, Little Venice Partners (LVP), a London-based financial advisory firm, realized they needed a secure cloud storage solution for sensitive documents immediately, or risk severely damaging their business.
Take a look at the recommendations for protecting student data as outlined by the U.S. Department of Education. Also included: six quick tips, a terms of service guide and a training video for school officials.
Security systems integrators, be wary of the fallacies of installing cloud-based security systems and services.
Two Internet digital safety experts discuss the dangers students face online and offer strategies for promoting digital safety.