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Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.

Community-Powered Problem-Solving

Nick Lewis, program manager for security and identity at Internet2, describes how the community-driven Internet2 NET+ program helps higher ed institutions get fast, proven answers to their questions and vetted solutions for their cloud and security challenges.

Staying on Top of Cybersecurity: A Conversation with Two University CISOs

In this interview Tom Dugas, chief information security officer for Duquesne University, and Rick Haugerud, CISO for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, explain how Internet2’s NET+ program is helping them manage cybersecurity for their institutions.

Better Together: Better Cybersecurity Built by, and for, Higher Education

Higher education has always been about transformation, even as that pace has recently accelerated. This is especially true in cybersecurity, as institutions are working to protect an uncertain new normal. The challenges of 2020 have illuminated risks—some old, some new—that continue to stand in the way of mastering whatever comes next.

The 10 Essential Capabilities of a Best-of-Breed SOAR

Considering the immense challenges facing IT security teams, its no surprise they are perpetually overwhelmed. Many teams have turned to security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) tools as a remedy.

Catawba College Switches Cloud Storage Vendors to Avoid Annoying Transaction Fees

With hardware aging out and their existing co-location agreement up for renewal, Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina decided to migrate their backup, archive, and disaster recovery data to the cloud. Catawba, ranked fourth among the best regional colleges in the South by U.S. News & World Report, originally went with one of the leading cloud service providers. However, the college quickly became annoyed with all the extra transaction fees, and overall costs that were higher than they expected. That’s when they turned to Wasabi.