Academic revenue streams rely on learning elasticity and student retention. Higher education and information technology are now more inseparable than ever — and ensuring a safe, reliable user experience in today’s complex higher education ecosystem requires unified network security. Funding relief, such as the CARES Act in the U.S., can offset the cost of needed security technology.
Cybercriminals increasingly bombard colleges and universities with ransomware, phishing and malware exploits. IT needs to silo cloud and on-prem resources, intellectual property and end users against both external and internal attacks. The challenge is to balance security with the freedom to collaborate. SonicWall answers this challenge with boundless higher education cybersecurity.
With ransomware blighting academic budgets and operations, sophisticated phishing attempts sneaking into college networks, and malware exploits and SQL-injections are taking control of information systems, legacy security solutions won’t do. SonicWall NSsp 15700 combines validated security effectiveness and best-in-class price performance in a high-end next-generation firewall to stop today’s most advanced threats.
The pandemic has normalized distance learning. But as permitted, many students will want to embrace the on-campus experience again. IT needs to have the scalability to secure users at home and on-prem with seamless flexibility. SonicWall Secure Mobile Access with Spike Licenses offer a cost-effective and comprehensive solution.
There is growing concern about ransomware attacks on higher education networks, and with good reason: Cybercriminals continue to find college and university networks a lucrative target. Coordinated attacks are hitting higher education institutions across the nation and around the world. Academic services have been locked up, and cumulative ransomware costs have run into the millions. SonicWall offers effective steps you can take to help prevent being a victim.