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12/21/2021
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As higher ed data challenges grow, so do security threats

The opportunities university IT leaders see when it comes to data protection and security are vast, but the threat landscape is continuing to grow rapidly, experts say. The university environment presents unique challenges around data and security, Jerry Sheehan, chief information officer of San Diego State University says, and not just because of sensitive student data, but also because of research and development efforts that are unique to the university landscape. In recent years, that uniqueness has translated to more regulation and standards for education institutions, like the Defense Department’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification and others. Check out the full podcast on EdScoop.


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North Carolina to hire regional cyber directors for community colleges

The North Carolina Community College System last week announced several new technology investments following approval of the state budget last month. Among them, it’s planning to hire nine regional cybersecurity officers for its 58 community colleges, so that cybersecurity strategy can address the specific needs and services of each area, system Chief Information Officer Patrick Fleming told EdScoop. Emily Bamforth has it.


Michigan universities partner with virtual therapy provider to offer discounted services

The coordinating body for Michigan’s 15 state universities announced a partnership with online therapy provider Uwill on Thursday, the latest example of higher education institutions supplementing their in-person services with virtual options. By partnering with UWill, members of the Michigan Association of State Universities receive discounted services and tiered pricing depending on how many institutions and students use the platform, the association’s president, Daniel Hurley, told EdScoop. Emily has it.


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