Unfortunately, there is no one size fits all solution for protecting your information; however, you can make it more difficult for cyber-criminals to access your personal and work-related information. The following tips, tricks, and strategies are provided by industry leaders in cybersecurity and can help defend against threats.
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Staying Safe During the Holidays
Educause Cybersecurity & Privacy
Collaboration and partnership between academia and law enforcement can bring about positive contributions for future research and activities in cybersecurity.
The Biden Administration has released a National Cybersecurity Strategy, a comprehensive plan to address the most pressing cybersecurity issues. The National Cybersecurity Strategy does not explicitly include policies for higher education, but some policies may open or strengthen opportunities for institutions to participate in federally funded cybersecurity programs.
Joe Potchanant, the new Director for the EDUCAUSE Cybersecurity and Privacy Program, talks about his ideas for making the program more effective for members and institutions.
Joe Potchanant, Director of the EDUCAUSE Cybersecurity and Privacy Program, talks about new directions for the program, his background, and his ideas about how institutions of all types can best meet the challenges around keeping data safe.
Cybersecurity is becoming more expensive for higher education institutions. Case Western Reserve University is responding to the challenge by prioritizing its security controls.
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