George Washington University Uses OpenDNS to Protect Intellectual Property
Securing intellectual property and protecting reputation are essential to research universities around the world.
Major intellectual property theft can have serious repercussions on universities, especially in their ability to attract and retain students, faculty and researchers.
For George Washington University, a research university situated in the heart of the nation’s capital, malware was a major concern for the engineers and IR team on campus. OpenDNS provided the university with a high level of protection with a low level of interaction to implement the solution, allowing the team to focus on protecting only the most critical data.
Watch this video featuring Mike Glyer, Director of Information Security Services, to see why OpenDNS is the security solution of choice for George Washington University.