The age of digital learning

Fully remote and hybrid teaching modes have increased educational institutions’ vulnerability to cyber threats. This implies higher risk for intellectual property and new fraud scenarios during online exams that require remote desktop control.

The shift to online education has had a significant impact on both student and teacher experience. Online courses, e-curriculum, and test navigation - all of these have modified the traditional learning experience, adding a myriad of nuances and concerns. One of these concerns is the security of the new digital learning process. 

92% of higher education institutions identified breaches or attacks in the past 12 months.
- Gov.uk "2022 Cyber Security breaches Survey"

With most educational applications tied into the cloud, having multi-factor authentications, and their own security posture, institutions may feel as if they are protected. However, filling in the gap of remote network security in the context of digital learning is the missing piece for preventing cyber attacks targeting institution and student information and assets. 

Fully remote and hybrid teaching modes have increased educational institutions’ vulnerability to cyber threats. This implies higher risk for intellectual property and new fraud scenarios during online exams that require remote desktop control.

When remote online education enters into the conversation most minds go to the student teacher experience. Online courses, E-currciulum, test navigation, etc. Though this is the main revenue of these institutions, it fails to factor in the other side of higher education moving to a hybrid model, the staff. 

92% of higher education institutions identified breaches or attacks in the past 12 months.
- Gov.uk "2022 Cyber Security breaches Survey"
 

Higher education is presumed to be on the cutting edge of information, tasked with informing the next generation of talent in the workforce. However in the wake of the pandemic most were reminded of a much needed IT infrastructure upgrade.

With most educational applications tied into the cloud, having log-in, authentications, and their own security posture, institutions may feel as if they are protecting their students. However filling in the gap of home network protection is the missing piece of protecting your staff's information and institutional network. 

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