Colleges and universities house significant amounts of sensitive and valuable data in their IT systems, and often have insufficient defenses in place, making them prime targets for cybercriminals. As a result, cyberattacks on institutions continue to increase in frequency and severity.
After a serious cyberattack in May 2015 made UCLA Health a high-profile example of the risks, the University of California System implemented a systemwide strategy to secure its network, email and endpoints against cyberthreats.
Attend this web seminar to learn more about the higher ed cyber threat landscape, how the UC System is managing cyber risk across all campuses and healthcare facilities, and some key strategies for an institution of any size to detect and mitigate cyber threats.
Director, Cyber Risk Program
University of California Office of the President
Higher Education Cybersecurity Lead
Who will benefit:
Higher ed leaders interested in technology or cybersecurity. Anyone may attend.