CIOs struggle to streamline personalized communications, hurting enrollment targets

85% of CIOs concerned with declining figures believe providing students with a top-notch digital experience is key to turning things around, according to a new trends report by Ocelot.

What can institutions do about the rise of ‘ghost students’?

In July 2021, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office discovered that about 20% of the state's college applications were scams.

Right-Sizing and Democratizing Access: Strategic No-Code Tool Selection and Deployment in Higher Education

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 1st at 2 pm ET

This session will share insights from the University of Connecticut's experience in choosing tools that meet wide-ranging departmental needs while promoting an open-access policy to spur innovation and lessen the demand on support services. We'll dive into three critical strategies for a successful rollout: effective sizing, broadening access, and ensuring these efforts complement central IT’s objectives.  

The New Role of AI in Higher Ed Cybersecurity

Date & Time: Thursday, May 2nd at 2 pm ET

Attend this UB webinar with two experts who have decades of experience as cyberthreat experts at the U.S. Cyber Command, FBI, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army Reserve, and the Department of Defense to learn more about the evolving threat landscape targeting higher ed, how AI will change cybersecurity, and the importance of developing AI-specific policies and protocols at institutions today to prepare for the future.

3 Strategies to Protect Your Business Office Against Fraud

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 30th at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute UB Ed Talk, a financial fraud and security expert will outline three actionable strategies business offices should implement now to bolster their fraud prevention efforts.  

In just 3 months, this data breach has compromised nearly 900 institutions

Across all sectors, TechTarget reports that the MOVEit data breach covers over 2,000 organizations and 62,000,000 individuals.

How much does a data breach hurt a college or university’s wallet?

IBM's "The Cost of a Data Breach Report 2023" comes at the heels of a massive compromise at the Colorado Department of Higher Education.

How one flaw exposed the data of countless students and educators

At least 33 data breaches have been disclosed so far, affecting more than 17.5 million people 200 organizations, many of them colleges, universities and related organizations.

Education security officials ‘unprepared to cope’ should a cyberattack occur, report

As Tennessee and Georgia reel from their latest cybersecurity incidents, a new report surveying chief information security officers in education is sounding the alarm.

Here are 4 ways AI is already impacting higher education

As the implementations of AI continue to stun university officials, here are some of the most prominent facets of higher education being both positively and negatively affected by the game-changing technology.

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