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Securing virtual education with agile, integrated security

by EdScoop Staff • 2 days ago

Expanded demand for remote learning forces higher education institutions to look at more-versatile IT security platforms.

U. North Carolina-Charlotte adopts unified security platform for data protection

by Betsy Foresman • 3 days ago

A new tool from Cisco is helping the university protect its data and users, who are working and studying from off campus during the pandemic.

$120K for dorm Wi-Fi upgrades? College CIO does it himself instead

by Jake Williams • 11 months ago

After a case of sticker shock, Illinois College's assistant CIO rolled up his sleeves and recruited a student worker to fix a weak wireless signal.

Cyber automation enables UNC school to focus on bigger threats

by Jake Williams • 12 months ago

New tools from Cisco are allowing a three-person team to do "encrypted threat analytics and more," said chief information security officer Don Bryant.

Zero-trust strategies: Rethinking the security perimeter for higher ed

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Security experts discuss zero-trust strategies and how higher ed institutions can be more creative with where they set up access controls.

Montana State's flexible research network is improving security and reducing costs

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

Administrators say a new intent-based network securely and efficiently meets needs across the entire campus.

How community college is helping to fill Indiana's 85,000 open jobs

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Ivy Tech Community College's 15 partnerships with big tech companies are designed to address the state's workforce needs.

Facial recognition technology adds layer of 'prevention' at dorms' front doors

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Officials at the University of San Francisco say the digital system helps to stop crime on campus before it happens.

Wi-Fi on game day becomes a must-have for college football stadiums

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Officials from three universities — Notre Dame, Nebraska and Stanford — explain the hows and whys of their connected athletic facilities.