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Why blended learning models require blended security

by EdScoop Staff

Verizon whitepaper highlights how to use smart technology to keep higher education institutions safe.

Enhancing cyber posture with limited resources and budget

by EdScoop Staff

How SLED organizations can simplify and secure remote access, protect critical infrastructure and data, and reduce costs while reducing risk.

Report shows crippling effect of ransomware in the education sector

by EdScoop Staff

A new study finds that education organizations pay the most to remediate ransomware attacks, shelling out an average of $2.73 million — 48% above the global average.

Building the infrastructure needed to secure research mega-grants with AI tools

by EdScoop Staff

Research mega-grants promise new revenue streams for higher-ed institutions. However, they come with expectations for high compute and performance requirements says a new report.

Six ways cloud answers higher education’s call for change

by Juan Vela

Institutions are looking to cloud to build agility into the network in order to meet tomorrow’s challenges while getting maximum value for today’s investments.

Leaning on one nonprofit to enhance cyberdefense for K-12 schools

by Center for Internet Security, Inc.

Public schools are increasingly targeted by cyberthreat actors and leaders are turning to nonprofit organizations to enhance security programs.

As learning moves online, higher ed needs more data insights

by EdScoop Staff

Universities need tools to better aggregate and collect data around their services — and in turn, make distance learning more effective, says a Splunk white paper.

Modern network security tools to reduce ransomware threats

by EdScoop Staff

The open nature of networks at higher-education institutions increases the risk of ransomware attack, but six steps can help CISOs strengthen their defense.

How AI tools are changing the need to build more elasticity in enterprise data storage

by EdScoop Staff

Artificial intelligence gives higher education institutions better insights into their data, if infrastructure supports the levels of compute needed.

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