Protecting the future: Identity Access Management in higher education

Protecting the future: Identity Access Management in higher education

We hardly need reminding that the Covid19 pandemic and its far-reaching consequences has changed higher education, possibly forever. The all-encompassing, intense experience of University has been changed to a more remote-focused one, with lectures, seminars and even the flurry of socialising we expect from a University experience moving online. These cultural changes are just one facet of the changes underway at Universities: There is also a need for an renewed conversation about security in the new distributed educational environment.

Universities and security posture

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