"Educational institutions should rethink their security architecture and consider leveraging a zero trust model to disrupt the lateral movement that adversaries have become so dependent upon to reach the servers storing intellectual property."—Source: EdTech Magazine
WHY THIS MATTERS:
From malware to DDoS attacks, bad actors continue to focus their exploits on the educational sector, making cybersecurity a key concern for every higher ed institution. While these attacks are vast in their modes and varied in their sophistication, one thing they share is that a single person can bring down an entire campus network. Read how a zero trust architecture, which sets access on a per-application basis, can help keep your network secure.