Cybercriminals exploit the spirit of trust and openness inherent in the Higher Education community, targeting its rich troves of research data, intellectual property, and personally identifiable information. Some attacks are highly sophisticated, while others are simple but effective like legitimate-looking emails that link to advanced malware that compromises critical hosts. Today's cybersecurity risks extend well beyond direct information loss into reputation damage, negative press, and future revenue loss. In this session, you'll discover why this new era in higher education cybersecurity demands a new security model: One that covers the entire attack continuum -- before, during, and after an attack.


Justin Malczewski

Regional Manager, Security Solutions, Cisco Systems