Reducing the Hacker’s Information Advantage: How Analytics Improves Cybersecurity in Education
Thursday, Aug. 11 | 1 p.m. ET
Most education institutions – and probably your own – already use layers of security solutions to protect themselves against hackers. So why do we still hear about cybercrime at such an alarming rate?
Chances are your institution relies on traditional solutions that have a limited ability to see all interactions within your network. It’s difficult to accurately assess and predict abnormal system behavior. So you’re left to the time-consuming process of investigating every alert, while hackers gain more knowledge of your network and adapt their defenses to evade further detection.
Our analytics experts will explain and demonstrate how you can:
- Combine big data and behavioral analytics to gain an information advantage over hackers.
- Detect and respond to cyber threats efficiently and proactively.
- Mitigate attacks before they do significant financial or reputational damage.
Rob Harper is a Director in SAS’ Education Practice. His team helps institutions use advanced analytics for administrative data-driven decision making, academic research and teaching, in both K-12 and higher education.
Angela Higgins is an Account Executive in SAS’ Cybersecurity Analytics Business Unit. She helps clients use network data to make data-driven decisions about security operations. Higgins works with CISOs and CIOs to increase their security posture and decrease time to threat detection.