How To Make networks and data more resilient and secure in higher education
Explore how schools cut costs and improve quality of education by adding observability with log management
June 23rd, 2020
Higher education settings provide a unique challenge to anyone with an interest in the security and performance of a school’s network or the insights that can be gained from its data.
These schools generate data in volumes that rival enterprise businesses and face unparalleled cybersecurity risks because their user-base brings its own devices and turns over completely in a few short years. Add constricting budgets, a segmented network, and a pressing need for digital transformation, and it becomes clear that higher institutions of learning need to deploy tools that give them a technological advantage.
Explore how log management provides a solution in the new How-To Guide: Make Networks and Data more Resilient and Secure in Higher Education.
Log management addresses these concerns by providing a single centralized place where administrators can search data to find out what is happening in their system in real time, and follow up with what happened historically. Explore how log management provides a solution in the new How-To Guide: Make networks and data more resilient and secure in higher education.
The guide shares:
How observability enhances all parts of an organization
How data analysis can help prevent students from dropping out
Case studies from universities using log management
A detailed look at how log management can reduce costs and maintenance
A checklist for choosing the right log management solution
Five steps for getting the most out of log management in higher education
An overview of regulatory laws affecting schools, including FERPA, PCI, and HIPAA
How log management makes retaining data for compliance more affordable
Read the full How-To Guide: Make networks and data more resilient and secure in higher education.
Get first-hand accounts of how log management is a powerful tool for educators by listening to the stories of three universities at our Higher Education Roundtable.