Getting schooled: Identity and access management

This new paper offers an inside look at why colleges and universities need to be more vigilant in managing who can access their networks.

Like most enterprises, colleges and universities rely on their internal computer networks to operate effectively. But when it comes to managing access to their systems, schools face a number of unique challenges given the number and variety of users who need access to their systems— incoming freshmen, graduate students, alumni, faculty, and even parents. The complexity of keeping track of all these users can lead to lapses in access security, which can offer an easy way in for cyber criminals.


Getting schooled: Identity and access management
To strengthen their cybersecurity perimeter, colleges and universities may need a crash course in enhancing the management of user access to their networks.

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