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Adapting Your Information Security Strategy to the “New Now”!

Remote and hybrid models of work and learning are here to stay — and as a result, the borders of the university network have blurred. How can institutions manage risk while fending off the litany of threats targeting higher education? In an interactive discussion, IT security leaders will talk about how institutions’ security strategies must evolve to meet today’s — and tomorrow’s — challenges.

Date: 06/27/23

Time: 11:00 AM PT

Securing Faculty Buy-In: Strategies for a Successful LMS Evaluation and Transition

Discover how multiple institutions successfully obtained faculty buy-in during transitions, ultimately leading to the development of numerous best practices that can be implemented across other college campuses.

Date: 06/29/23

Time: 11:00 AM PT

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Game On! Enhancing Cybersecurity Workforce Readiness Through Game-Based Training

The cybersecurity field is critically in need of skilled professionals to protect against increasingly complex, evolving threats. Higher education has a key role to play in addressing the skills gap and more than 3 million unfilled cyber jobs worldwide, yet recurring pain points in creating and teaching a cybersecurity curriculum frequently hold institutions back from offering their students these vital workforce skills.

Zero Trust Myths Debunked

There’s more to zero trust than the buzzword that gets thrown around so often in the cybersecurity field. While higher education IT professionals often tend to view the approach as simply a way to secure remote access, zero trust can also build security resilience across the enterprise. At a time when cyber criminals are increasingly targeting the education sector, it’s more important than ever to build zero trust into your overall cybersecurity strategy.

Investing in the Student Experience: The Technology Foundations of Student Success

There’s never been a more critical time to focus on higher education’s core constituent: the student. Persistent enrollment declines and the challenges of pandemic recovery, combined with the expansion of alternative credentials, learning modalities, and pathways available to today’s learners, are putting pressure on institutions to improve the student experience. Colleges and universities are investing in technology to meet student expectations for seamless access to resources and personalized support at any time, from anywhere — and laying the foundation for innovation moving forward.

How Evolving Technologies Are Widening the Workforce Skills Gap

As ChatGPT continues to take the world by storm, it’s becoming a prime example of how fast technology is evolving today — and the growing challenge of keeping digital skills up to date among today’s learners. Artificial intelligence is not the only field surging ahead: According to (ISC)2, for example, growth in the cybersecurity industry is quickly outpacing the number of skilled workers available to fill the need. The nonprofit membership association for information security leaders estimates the 2022 global cybersecurity workforce gap at 3.4 million people.

Harnessing the Power of Data and Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education

In this industry fireside chat, Campus Technology Editor-in-Chief Rhea Kelly speaks with industry experts about key challenges that colleges and universities face across the student lifecycle and how intelligent data analytics can help better engage leaners from the moment they express interest in admission all the way to graduation and beyond.

Bringing Clarity to Security Chaos in Higher Education

In this industry fireside chat, Campus Technology Editor-in-Chief Rhea Kelly will speak with Jerry Gamblin, director of security research at Cisco, about the latest security trends and challenges in higher ed and how risk-based vulnerability management can help identify gaps in your security infrastructure, evaluate threats, and prioritize remediation efforts.