Higher ed leaders brace for new reporting requirements
On the Cutting EDge podcast, Educause’s policy lead Jarrett Cummings says higher ed IT leaders need to be on the lookout for new federal reporting requirements.
Texas A&M University launches cyber research institute
Texas A&M launched its Global Cyber Research Institute to support cybersecurity research and training.
For diverse cyber talent, big tech teams with historically Black schools
Big tech companies including Microsoft and IBM are working with historically Black institutions to build a pipeline of cybersecurity talent.
University IT teams shrank during pandemic, but security positions grew
University IT teams are getting smaller, even beyond the shock of the pandemic, according to new data from Educause.
The business case for modernizing higher education IT infrastructure
Dell’s Hernan Londono on why replacing legacy infrastructure and applications equips institutions for a digital world, providing a more competitive advantage.
Translating third-party cyber risks for campus administrators
Part of planning for a cybersecurity breach through a third-party is explaining potential consequences to non-technical leadership, Educause's Brian Kelly said on this episode of the Cutting EDge.
Why blended learning models require blended security
Verizon whitepaper highlights how to use smart technology to keep higher education institutions safe.
How integrated laptops improve security and student success at colleges
Microsoft education specialists explain why premium laptops with enterprise-ready software make access to academic resources easier, more equitable and more secure.
Cybersecurity burnout in higher ed? There are answers, says REN-ISAC director
Higher education can address burnout through making it easier for cybersecurity workers to do their jobs, as well as creating a sense of belonging, REN-ISAC Director Kim Milford said.