11AM PT, 2PM ET
COVID-19 changed everything. As stay-at-home orders closed campuses around the nation, higher education leaders deserve credit for unprecedented action that quickly enabled fully online classrooms. The transition wasn’t perfect, though, and new cybersecurity threats emerged.
Today the pandemic is far from over. Most expect physical distancing restrictions well into the next academic year, so leaders are expanding online learning options. And virtual classrooms, like physical ones, must be safe and secure. We can’t allow cyberattacks to disrupt learning, modify data or impact critical systems. But how can you enable secure, effective distance learning with limited resources and time?
Join the Center for Digital Education on July 21 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern for an in-depth and interactive discussion about the strategies campus IT departments will need to implement to protect their students, faculty and institutions as they embark on distance and remote learning initiatives.
Register now to hear how you can:
• Foster scalable, secure virtual classrooms without the friction
• Implement effective, integrated security solutions that are simple and manageable
• Leverage best practices that have already emerged for secure distance learning in higher education