What Is SASE, and How Can It Protect Higher Ed from Ransomware? (EdTech Magazine)

"With higher ed approaching its second year of balancing virtual and in-person instruction, many have achieved a certain level of comfort with hybrid operations. While students may be eager to return to some semblance of normal, they’re in no hurry (opens in new tab) to completely eliminate this flexible learning model."—Source: EdTech Magazine

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As higher-ed ransomware attacks ramp up, institutions looking to stay ahead of the curve are turning to secure access service edge solutions, which bring together network security solutions and software-defined WAN. The approach "creates a service-driven architecture for security, offering benefits such as better cost containment, flexibility and less complexity," writes Doug Bonderud.