How to Protect Students and Staff Against Phishing Attacks

Is it any wonder that for the third year in a row the top IT issue among Educause member institutions is information security -- or that identity and access management, single sign-on and multifactor authentication are showing up on institutional security program roadmaps everywhere?

Keeping out the wrong people will go a long way in protecting your institution’s information. This report offers a straightforward process for doing that. What’s required is setting up three layers of protection: confirming that users are who they say they are, figuring out what’s known about them, and making sure they have access to the right applications and resources and no more.

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