How zero trust helps higher ed meet remote access and student privacy demands

Arizona State University's Donna Kidwell and Cisco's Helen Patton discuss why the zero trust security benefits schools as they evolve network access.

Higher education leaders continue to adapt to student and employee needs as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. Schools are seeking out ways to advance their support for hybrid learning models while shifting security models so as not to compromise user privacy or accessibility to resources. 

Donna Kidwell, chief information security and digital trust officer at Arizona State University, and Helen Patton, advisory CISO at Cisco talk with Scoop News Group’s Wyatt Kash how university technology leaders are approaching evolving access and security needs and why they are turning to a zero-trust security approach.

Learn more about how schools can create safe and secure access solutions for their students and educators.

This video panel discussion was produced by EdScoop and underwritten by Cisco.

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