Experts share how to protect campus networks from threats

Higher-ed IT leaders must constantly monitor cybersecurity threats--learn what experts recommend to best protect your campus network

Nearly half of all global education institutions were targeted by ransomware in 2020, thanks in no part to COVID, with 58 percent of higher-ed IT leaders saying that cybercriminals succeeded in accessing their data. What does this mean for higher-ed IT leaders? Even more vigilance and more efforts to keep campus networks secure.

Higher-ed IT leaders are constantly determining the best ways to protect campus networks. With online and hybrid learning becoming a more permanent option for many students, threats to network security from remote and potentially unsecure logins to campus networks have increased.

Don’t miss this compelling discussion with fellow IT executives and cybersecurity experts as they break down the latest and greatest techniques and protocols available for institutions of higher learning to protect their networks. Watch the webinar today.

Laura Ascione

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