Higher education environments thrive on collaboration, research, and the exchange of ideas both inside and outside the university. However, creating an open network to foster that kind of sharing—that is both easy to connect to and secure—is an increasingly complex issue facing universities. Because of the amount of intellectual property, research, and sensitive personal information universities hold, they make prime targets for hackers. Back in 2003, the U.S. National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace urged higher-education institutions to “give IT security high priority.”1 But protecting universities from cyber-attack still remains a challenge today . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Protecting a University in the New Era of Cybercrime: A Case Study
- We’ve Come a Long Way… But Are We There Yet?
- The Next Generation of Cybersecurity Experts
- SDN FORENSICS – A CHALLENGE
- Safeguarding American Democracy: Outcome-Based Cybersecurity in Election 2016
- Illuminating Issues of Grid Cybersecurity
- Cybersecurity Attacks Threaten 9-1-1 Response
- Incentivize Me: The Story of IoT & Malware
- Signals and Noise: Examining Flaws in SS7
- Cybersecurity for Wireless Devices and Networks