Authentication management is all about access to organizational systems and resources. The traditional approach to access control has been to assign usernames with complex password requirements. However, as the environment changes, so should the organization’s security practices.
- Executive Summary
- Leverage single sign-on
- Multi-factor authentication
- Implement a password management tool
- Transition to passphrases
- Set up student accounts to support cyber safety
End-User Training & Security Awareness
The number one step an organization can take to reduce the risk of a cybersecurity breach is to implement regular end-user training and security awareness programs. Relying solely on technical controls to prevent incidents leaves an organization vulnerable to human errors and social engineering attacks.
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Cyber-Physical Security Systems
In the wake of school shootings, bullying, natural disasters, and other threats, districts are relying on technological systems to enhance the safety of their campuses. These technological systems, known as Cyber-Physical Security Systems (CPSS), bridge the physical and digital environments.