IT infrastructure at colleges and universities has become increasingly complicated as availability, performance, and student success compete with security. But the threat landscape continues to expand, as evidenced by the growing number of cyber attacks in the sector (education institutions are the number-one target for ransomware attacks). To meet these technical demands, as well as increased cyber risks, IT teams must assume both a strategic and practical position as they seek to deploy innovative learning systems.

As higher education navigates digital transformation in an age of sophisticated cyber attacks, it’s important to look at what is...

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About the Author:

Sowjanya O’Neill is senior manager of SLED marketing at Fortinet. She is a technology and marketing leader with more than 15 years of experience bringing technology solutions from concept to market with a focus on cybersecurity. O’Neill is focused on helping educational institutions become cyber resilient. She manages marketing of cyber solutions for a diverse set of customers who have unique security challenges.