While technology is now embedded in nearly every facet of K-12 education, often the systems students and educators use each day don’t interact, leading to inefficient workflows and lost productivity. RapidIdentity is an Identity and Access Management (IAM) platform that was purpose-built to help educators solve this challenge.
In higher education, college and university systems comprised of multiple institutions are common. These institutions, or children, of the parent organization, are largely autonomous with separate business requirements, processes and IT organizations. Often, the need to control individual institutional resources and the ability to prohibit visibility into institutional data is at odds with the need to share systemwide services to reduce costs and minimize complexity.
Owensboro is a trailblazer within Kentucky’s public school system, leading the way as an early adopter of cutting-edge technologies and teaching methods.
Clayton County Public Schools, just south of Atlanta, is among the 100 largest school districts in the U.S. With 54,000 students and external users requiring accounts, this digital transformation was a massive undertaking.
This report presents findings from detailed analyses of cyber incidents experienced by school districts, as well as the characteristics of those districts. It concludes with recommendations to address the growing challenge of cybersecurity risk management in the K-12 sector.
An avalanche of disruptive ransomware attacks in recent months have startled organizations across all industries in the public and the private sectors. SpyCloud wanted to understand how security leaders and practitioners feel about the threat – and what they’re doing to defend against it.
This ebook delves into why login syncing tools are "better together" with digital identity management. The ebook explains what digital identity management is, why it is so important, and why simple login syncing, such as OneSync by Classlink, is not the same thing.