Best Practices to Manage an Effective Security Strategy in the Education Sector

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Steve Salinas & Matthew Fredrickson

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Teachers, students, admin, parents, the education sector has possibly the most diverse user base, each requiring its own user privileges, access requirements and with their own behavioral trends. Yet besides this, there are a number of unique challenges to securing an educational environment, be they ensuring broad attack surface protection, great flexibility with minimal false positives and all while maintaining a relatively flat and cost-effective security posture. Whether running a security team for a school district, college, or university, every solution added to the security stack must be fit for purpose and deliver on expectations. So, where to begin? Deep Instinct invites you to join us for an informative discussion with Matthew Frederickson, Director of Information Technology for Council Rock School District in Newton, PA, to hear about how he took a fresh approach to build out his security framework. Matthew will share best practices from the field in evaluating security technology as well as adopting a new approach to security. After this webinar, you will: •Understand common challenges experienced by IT security staff of securing an educational environment •Understand where AI technology is being used within educational environments to optimize security •Get a real-world example of Council Rock’s transformation from reactive to proactive security •Key tips for implementing a proactive security approach that will improve overall process •Live Q&A with Deep Instinct’s Security experts We will have plenty of time for questions so come ready to get your questions answered by the experts.

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