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EAB’s Chief Information Security Officer Brian Markham covers everything from technical challenges posed by campus closures to “Zoombombing” to the latest phishing scams.
This toolkit includes advice and templates to help you expedite breach response, reduce associated costs, and minimize risks to your institution while protecting its reputation.
The stakes are high for cybersecurity in higher education. So one university is offering rewards for students and employees who detect vulnerabilities in its software systems.
Data breaches and cyber theft can be avoided if you know how to recognize hacking attempts, according to a report by Cofense.
Explore this study for a three-phase road map to build risk management capabilities in the areas of enterprise risk, information security, and student activism.
View the materials for EAB's workshop series, covering everything K-12 leaders need to prepare for potential flashpoints.
Helps members devise a financially realistic framework for ensuring that the institution is systematically evaluating risk exposure, allocating scarce mitigation resources to the risks deemed most important, and incenting risk owners across campus to better manage their risks.
Cybersecurity attacks among education institutions are on the rise. This diagnostic will help campus leaders identify key opportunities for improving cybersecurity protections in an environment of rapidly escalating attacks targeting education institutions.
Some campus leaders are reframing the campus safety conversation around community needs in order to take a more holistic campus safety approach.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), if your college has any information relating to an EU resident, institutional procedures and policies will need to change. Here's four things you need to know on your way to compliance.