Data security expert Todd Waskelis reveals 3 ways colleges can strengthen their network defenses against data breaches.
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Tracking school buses improves efficiency, ensures student safety and helps build a trusting relationship between parents and schools.
In order to keep their networks safe, cybersecurity expert Dennis Egen discusses 8 key tips and technologies colleges can equip their network teams with.
ThreatMetrix reveals the top 2 cyberthreats colleges needs to look out for during the new academic year.
IT security has become a major concern for companies across the globe. Securing assets against data breaches and cyber attacks raises new challenges for security teams. Due to this many companies are looking to install security governance programs into their corporate practices. Security governance brings physical and cyber security together to mitigate the risks of both.
Colleges looking to protect and understand their network’s complexity should consider asking these 5 questions.
Students can help deter cyberbullying with the new STOPit app. Students are able to download the app directly to their smartphones. When cyber abuse occurs, students can use the app to report the incident. The report is sent directly to a cloud-based incident management system, DOCUMENTit, which notifies school administrators in real time. STOPit has recently partnered with Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation and the app is currently implemented in over 100 schools across the United States and recently expanded into Canada, Ireland, Italy, and South Africa.
The new LastPass initiative by Internet2 Net+ helps colleges lock in and remember a master password to keep sensitive information safe.
When colleges are able to think like hackers and identify vulnerabilities in their networks, they can better equip them against their enemies.
At InfoComm2015, Joel Bilhiemer discusses how colleges can cope with and prepare for data breaches and the “Technology Management in Higher Education” seminar.