Solving the Insecurity of Education in the Remote Workforce Era
Date: Tuesday, March 23rd at 11am PST / 2pm EST
The shift to working remotely in 2020 caused most businesses to need to figure out how to maintain a secure and productive work environment for their employees. But those supporting educational institutions known this problem is only magnified with students, teachers, and staff all needing to be able to function.
When looking at the practical application of just a varying set of personal and work devices used by teachers to access internal applications, resources, and data, it quickly becomes clear that while you may have a handle on productivity, the organization’s security stance is in question. Teachers are a primary initial attack vector, their devices don’t meet organizational security standards, and making them productive over the course of the last 14 months likely means teachers are over-permissioned – all putting the organization at risk.
So, how can educational institutions better manage the security of their remote workforce?
In this educational webcast, join Microsoft MVP, Nick Cavalancia, along with Jillian Salamon From Quest KACE, as they discuss:
- The insecure reality of your remote workforce – who, what, where, and why
- Which aspects of security management are missing in today’s educational institutions
- How a comprehensive approach to securing a remote workforce both improves security while lowering the cost of management