Incoming! How to Stop Malware from Slowing Your Return to Campus
Cybersecurity awareness makes a big difference between colleges and universities that get what’s needed for protecting their communities and those that are continually playing catch up. Learn more in this resource.
Strike Force! How Higher Ed is Tackling Cybersecurity in Its Return to Campus
Every college and university recognizes that cybersecurity is of concern. But, some are further along than others in gaining administrative and board support for investing in the measures needed to enhance the institution's security profile. To understand how major events, such as the shift to remote teaching and learning and remote work, has affected cybersecurity planning, Campus Technology surveyed a subset of its readership. Check out the highlights in this infographic.
A Review of Data Protection in Higher Education Institutions
From student records, transcripts, and test results to academic and research information, the data collected by higher education institutions is growing exponentially. And despite the time, effort, and money that goes towards protecting this data, disruption is still commonplace. Learn about the data landscape in the education space, including data protection confidence levels, new challenges created by emerging technologies, data protection vulnerabilities, and more in this eBook!
Delivering Secure, Remote Access for Uninterrupted Learning
Ensuring all students have equitable remote access to school resources and technology in today’s highly distributed learning environments is a top challenge for colleges and universities. Next-generation virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions from Dell Technologies and VMware deliver the right mix of flexibility and scalability needed to deliver uninterrupted learning. Learn more in this guide.
How Intrinsic Security Protects Against Education Disruption
When it comes to IT, disruption is just another day at the office. From fending off cyberattacks to incorporating leading-edge technologies, today’s educational organizations no longer experience “business as usual.” However, even a department built on disruption may not have been prepared for everything the world has recently gone through. Almost overnight, organizations big and small had to enact work-and-learn-from-home policies, rethink their business continuity strategies and reinvent their operational models to keep their education institutions running. Learn more in this guide.
Transform Security with Dell Technologies: Cybersecurity and Campus Safety in Higher Education
Today’s colleges and universities are more vulnerable than ever, faced with everything from cyberattacks to threats of violence. In response, IT administrators nationwide must transform security—or put their campus and their data at risk. In this whitepaper, Dell Technologies shares 10 best practices to better protect your institution.