It has never been more important for IT leaders to elevate security awareness amongst faculty, staff, and students who rely heavily on their network connections, online applications, and institutional communications to remain productive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scammers are getting creative to take advantage of the fear and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus.
In this short video, EAB’s Chief Information Security Officer, Brian Markham, shares early insights about online threats inspired by COVID-19 and tactics for campus community members to defend themselves.
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