- Zero trust is akin to modern, agile defense systems that scrutinize every object seeking entry
- Embracing zero trust is an investment in a school’s future–and also a commitment to safeguarding knowledge and innovation
- See related article: Bolstering cybersecurity with zero trust
Educators and administrators are holding their breath at the dawn of another academic year. They are well aware that schools are increasingly targeted by hackers, with 1 in 4 falling victim to cyberattacks in the past 12 months.
These hallowed halls of knowledge store vast amounts of sensitive data, from student records to financial information. Consequently, this makes them attractive targets. To make matters worse, growing connected device networks and remote learning opportunities present even more vulnerabilities.…Read More