The survey for Hepi also revealed that half of students do not have confidence their data is stored securely
Universities must evolve their security and encryption standards quicker than the use of advancing technology by hackers to make sure we are all protected in this cyber-age, says Richard Huison
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The provider became aware of the cyberattack on Friday and was working to secure its systems
Twenty UK universities have signed up to take part in a cyber attacking exercise, aiming to expose weak spots in their systems which could potentially be exploited by illegal hackers.
Nicola Yeeles explores the pros and cons of BYOD, from cyber security concerns to potential digital divide issues
Andy Samsonoff, CEO of Invinsec, talks cyber security
With its apparent simplicity, and cost-saving pulls, Charley Rogers investigates the ups and downs of BYOD, and how bringing your own device to the classroom leaves space for a flexible learning approach
James Hadley, CEO & Founder of Immersive Labs, talks about how accessible cyber security is to everyone
When it comes to cyber security in education, there is still an air of complacency that needs addressing, says Jisc’s head of security operations centre, Dr John Chapman
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