Complimentary resources to help FinAid offices thwart cyberattacks

As of March 29, 2016, the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Chronology of Data Breaches documented 4,766 data breaches in the U.S., involving at least 898,458,345 records from all industry sectors. Of these, 768 breaches involved educational institutions, encompassing 14,790,624 breached records.

Protect your FinAid office from cyberattacks

On Thursday, March 31, FinAid professionals around the country joined CampusLogic’s monthly webinar, “What FinAid offices need to know about cyberattacks.” Presenter Chris Chumley, Chief Operating Officer at CampusLogic, shared tips and best practices from his extensive experience in the education technology space, covering topics including:

  • Top 3 challenges facing higher ed IT professionals
  • The weakest link in your security
  • IT security best practices
  • Password management, mobile device security, wifi security
  • Vendor audits and certifications
  • Security breach costs: dollars, attrition, reputation
  • Building your breach response plan

Download complimentary cybersecurity resources

Not able to join the webinar? No problem! Visit our cybersecurity page to download a recording of the presentation, the PDF we walked through, and four additional complimentary tools:

  • Best practices for notifications PDF
  • Building your Breach Response Plan PDF
  • Questions to ask an IT Vendor PDF
  • The First 24-Hours Checklist PDF

Visit our cybersecurity page to download your resources>

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