Ransomware attacks are rising in the education sector. So is cyber-espionage, phishing attacks, and credential stuffing. Schools and, especially, higher education institutions, are increasingly being targeted. Many of these attacks rely on stealing user credentials, particularly passwords. So how are schools to protect themselves and their students?
Single sign-on is a good first step, as it helps to reduce the number of passwords in use. But it’s not enough. That’s why schools are looking to multi-factor authentication and it’s more advanced version – adaptive authentication. Find out how these two technologies protect your institution, students, faculty, and staff—even when user passwords have been compromised