CYBERSECURITY SOLUTIONS FOR EDUCATION
Securing the future: Become a cyber-resilient school
Cyber threats are on the rise for educational organizations with more than 800 incidents in 2020 alone according to research by Verizon. Of the attacks surveyed, ransomware has been especially on the rise making up 80% of malware-related incidents with phishing campaigns also making up a large portion of cyberattacks on educational organizations.
Foresite is an advanced security platform that provides cybersecurity solutions for education institutions with tools to help protect their networks and most vulnerable assets.
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Foresite Cybersecurity Solutions for Education
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- Protect your school’s most vulnerable assets
- Align to a framework to identify your cybersecurity gaps
- Keep data safe while improving performance
- Find security gaps so you can make a plan of action
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Foresite provides real-time situational awareness to help you better visualize complex network activity and stay on top of potential risks.
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With vulnerability assessments, asset management visibility, and risk management, Foresite provides everything you need to make your cybersecurity plan complete.
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Bolster Security & Compliance for Educational Institutions
The U.S. government has allotted $1 billion in federal grant money to help state, local, tribal, and public educational organizations improve cybersecurity and implement risk management programs.
Grant funding is available through 2025 and schools are required to develop a framework-based plan for achieving managed risk compliance. Foresite Cybersecurity offers concierge consulting and SaaS cybersecurity products to help streamline this process.
Cybersecurity Resources for Education
5 Tips to Prevent Cyber Threats in Schools
Latest estimates for 2019 showed that security firms had discovered ransomware in at least 1,039 schools throughout the United States by the end of 2019. Surely some attacks went undiscovered
4 Cybersecurity Budget Focus Areas for Higher Education in 2020
Chief information security officers are grappling with a variety of issues as they try to keep their campuses safe from cyber criminals. In fact, the No. 1 issue for higher
Schools are victims of new cyber incidents every 3 days
According to “The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2018 Year in Review“, schools are under attack. A U.S. school district becomes a victim of an attack as often as every three