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The Future of IAM for Education: How Colleges are Combating the Increase in Cyberattacks

The education sector is no stranger to cybersecurity threats, but with the increase in both remote and online learning as well as the rapid adoption of cloud services attacks like phishing and ransomware are on the rise. While the “new normal” might be to blame for the increase in attacks, most identity and access management solutions failed to protect institutions, their data, and their users against these threats.

As hackers continue to find new ways to attack the education sector, institutions need to look to new strategies and more secure Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions.

Join our live webinar on April 28th at 4pm EST where panelists from 3 colleges discuss:

  • Trends in cybersecurity and what’s driving their IT priorities
  • How the “new normal” has affected their IAM strategy
  • Best practices for developing and selecting an IAM solution
  • What it’s been like to implement multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, and self-service password reset for students, faculty, and staff

Panelists:

Hsiawen Hull, 
Director of Technology Services, College of the Canyons

Bryce Prutsos,
Director of IT, Barstow Community College

Felicia Martinez,
Database Analyst II, Barstow Community College

Katie Vang,
Sr. Systems Administrator, San Jose Evergreen CCD