Analysis published last week by SecurityScorecard, a New York City-based IT security company, reveals an incredible risk to students considering the sheer amount of personal data amassed on school networks.
New York-based IT firm SecurityScorecard, which uses AI to rate the cyber hygiene of any company in the world, turned its rating platform towards the footballing world and ranked the teams in order of their cybersecurity posture.
SecurityScorecard, the leader in security ratings, today announced the release of the company’s latest research, The 2018 Education Cybersecurity Report.
This report examines the shift to modern data collection and storage in the education system and the new risk factors this move invites as massive amounts of personal data is being aggregated on networks and stored on premises and in the cloud, much of it accessible to multiple third parties.
SecurityScorecard has released its latest research, The 2018 Education Cybersecurity Report, examining the shift to modern data collection and storage in the education system.
According to new research from security rating service SecurityScorecard, across 17 industries in the US education comes second to last in terms of total cybersecurity.
The education sector comes in dead last when it comes to cybersecurity in 17 U.S. industries examined, according to an annual report released today by cybersecurity firm SecurityScorecard.
The education sector comes in dead last when it comes to cybersecurity in 17 U.S. industries examined.
The education sector falls last on a list analyzing the security posture of 17 US industries, SecurityScorecard reports.
Education institutions should beef up security protocols following a new report that finds the industry to be particularly vulnerable.
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