Tag: Security and Risk Management
EAB’s Chief Information Security Officer Brian Markham covers everything from technical challenges posed by campus closures to “Zoombombing” to the latest phishing scams.
The IT Forum has hosted a series of webinars dedicated to COVID-19 with Chief Information Officers from across the country. Our insight outlines the major takeaways and lessons-learned for the IT organization as they move from a position of fire-fighting to strategic preparation and enablement.
As a result of a fast transition to virtual learning due to COVID-19, IT leaders should rally campus stakeholders to assess and improve cybersecurity.
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.
A tech company has been depositing scooters on campuses with no warning, leaving administrators to grapple with the potential safety threats.
If you feel like your campus is behind in efforts to become General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant, you’re in good company—a recent survey by the IT Forum found that GDPR non-compliance is the norm in higher education.
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.
The college’s president credits the campus’ fire-resistant building materials and local firefighters for helping them “”escape with so little damage and… without loss of life.””
Ransomware attacks are starting to feel inevitable and it’s important to stay vigilant and take preventative actions. Find out what you can do to prepare your organization for a cyberattack, both before and after employees encounter malware.