75% of university students are in the age group most often affected by cyber attacks*
It has always been the responsibility of every university to safeguard the data it holds on behalf of students and staff. What’s changed is universities’ exposure to risk and students’ attitudes to cyber security.
Given the serious implications of any data breach and the ever-growing use of digital technologies, universtities’ cyber security capabilities must also evolve. Effective protection depends on implementing a comprehensive, proportionate, end-to-end cyber security strategy. Our survey also highlights real opportunities for universities to differentiate themselves through convenient and reassuring online experiences. Getting cyber security right is a critical part of wider trust in institutions, protecting reputations and helping universities to achieve their digital ambitions.
The currency of cyber trust: education in focus
Find out how and why attitudes and behaviours around cyber security are evolving and what this might mean for educational institutions
Providing a first-class digital service to your students, securely
Henry Bragg of Atos UK & Ireland argues why cyber security is a crucial aspect in providing the best university experience and each organisations’ responsibility to protect their students
The currency of cyber trust
From health and transport to banking and education, discover the holistic view of customer attitudes towards the importance of cyber security when deciding whether to use an organisation
David Hinshelwood Bove
Client Executive for Higher Education & Research
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