In recent years, higher education institutions have enjoyed the benefits of well-implemented technologies. From facilities management and digital signage to smart workspaces and digital learning collaboration tools, colleges and universities are becoming digital campuses that realize the ease and efficiency of digital transformation.
But, risks accompany the benefits of going digital. Ensuring that students, faculty, and institutional assets remain secure in the face of malware and other cybersecurity threats is critical. As digital campuses become the new norm, how can we move forward while ensuring information security?
That’s the topic of an upcoming #CiscoChat! Join us on September 28 at 10am PST (1pm EST) to hear from industry experts Navneet Johal (@NavneetJohal1), Research Analyst of Education Technology for Ovum, Matthew Gibbs (@matgibbs), a Solutions Architect for U.S. Public Sector at Cisco and Brian Donlan (@briandonlan), the Regional Vice President of Sales for Cisco Canada.
During the chat, speakers will cover current trends in the digital campus, connected campus infrastructures, and how Cisco is helping higher education institutions maintain security before, during, and after cyber attacks.
To participate in the chat:
- Make sure you’re logged into your Twitter account.
- Search for the #CiscoChat hashtag and click on the Live tab.
- The chat will be moderated by the Cisco Education channel (@CiscoEDU) on Twitter. Be sure to follow the account to participate. They will begin welcoming guests at 10am PST (1pm EST) and posting questions for discussion.
- For @ replies to specific participants in the discussion, please use a “.” at the beginning of the tweet, so that your question or comment will appear in your public twitter feed.
- If you need multiple tweets to answer a question, please preface each tweet with “1A, 2A,” etc. in order to make it easier for others to follow along with the conversation.
- Be sure to use the #CiscoChat hashtag at the end of each tweet, so that others can find your contributions to the discussion.
Don’t forget to bring your own questions to the discussion as well! See you there!