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EDU Insights Series: ETHICAL HACKER vs University CISO
Generative AI has been a game-changer in the cybersecurity space. AI-enhanced cyberattacks, including ransomware attacks and AI-generated phishing messages, are a major danger to schools. Did you know that K-12 schools were the top target of ransomware attacks in 2023?
Join us for our next EDU Insights webinar on February 22nd at 1PM EST as we bring together infamous ethical hacker and Founder & GM of Vonahi Security, Alton Johnson and Leo Howell, CISO of Georgia Institute of Technology. This exciting conversation will delve into the pressing issue of AI-enabled cyberattacks and their impact on educational institutions.
In this session we will:
- Explore the various risks that schools face from AI-enabled cyberattacks, including phishing messages created using generative AI, ransomware infiltration and social engineering tactics
- Share advice about handling these risks, including practical strategies and actionable steps for schools to take
- Show how automation and AI-enabled cybersecurity solutions can help you affordably mitigate a school or district’s risk of cyberattacks
Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to navigate the complex intersection of AI and cyber threats in the educational landscape and safeguard the future of learning. Save your seat now!
PAST EDU INSIGHT SPEAKERS
Our Education Insight Series of webinars brings together leaders in the IT and cybersecurity space to discuss topics specifically affecting education institutions.
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Watch this interactive discussion with Dr. Domingo Castillo CISO of Miami Dade College and Jason Manar CISO Of Kaseya.
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At Kaseya, our mission is to provide fully integrated IT solutions for schools at every level, from single institutions to entire state-wide education systems. Our integrated approach means seamless operations, strong security, and safe learning experiences for all. The future of IT management in education is here. Join us, and we'll give your institution the tools and support it needs to reach its full potential.
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“I called support and they were great during my disaster recovery (DR) event. I cannot say enough good things about the quickness, and them educating me about the steps and processes. I was able to get a backup out of the cloud, reimport and load the data onto our CFO’s laptop. He was back to work within 48 hours.”
- Kevin Ray, Director of Technology, Donelson Christian Academy
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We work with institutions of all sizes, including K–12 schools, community colleges, universities, and graduate programs, to deliver the most comprehensive, integrated, and economical IT platform, to manage and secure more than 1600 educational institutions globally.
School District Administration
Donelson Christian Academy is an independent, private school serving students from preschool through 12th grade (K-12). DCA uses Unitrends, Kaseya's enterprise-grade business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solution to support their mixed environment as well as integrate with a cloud service dedicated to off-site, long-term data retention.
Virginia Tech is a public research university with over 37,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Their team has reached levels of IT efficiency they never thought would be possible, by Kaseya's VSA, the first and only unified RMM solution.
Waverly School District is a small school district with about 347 student users and 67 staff users. They were able to leverage IT Glue to ensure secure documentation of all information, including configurations, device tracking, passwords and more.
FEATURED CASE STUDY: CANISIUS HIGH SCHOOL
Canisius High School is a Catholic, private college-preparatory school founded in 1870 for boys in grades 9 through 12, in Buffalo, New York. The school offers a challenging academic program and numerous extracurricular clubs and sports. Founded in 1870, the school also has historical ties to Canisius College.
Canisius High School’s tech team needed to increase security awareness and create a strong security culture to reduce the school’s cyberattack risk. The solution needed to be suitable for training employees in multiple roles at a variety of technology experience levels with a big library of lessons available. It was also essential that the solution be simple for the small IT team to manage, preferably with automation features to minimize the amount of work their busy IT administrator would need to do to conduct effective training.
Goals of Canisius High School – ID Agent Relationship:
- Train employees in proper security habits
- Increase employee phishing resistance to reduce cyberattack risk
- Build a strong security culture that provides a strong defensive foundation
BullPhish ID offered the tools that were needed to improve the faculty and staff’s security practices through education. The solution easily integrated with Azure, making it a snap to use with Azure Active Directory. Simple campaign setup meant that training could start right away. Plus, the deep library of plug-and-play phishing simulations ensured users could be sent phishing simulations that matched up with software and services used regularly, increasing believability.
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