Campus information technology officials identify “network and data security” as the “single most important IT issue affecting their institutions over the next two-three years,” reports the annual Campus Computing Survey

Campus information technology officials identify “network and data security” as the “single most important IT issue affecting their institutions over the next two-three years,” reports the annual Campus Computing Survey

Campus information technology officials identify “network and data security” as the “single most important IT issue affecting their institutions over the next two-three years,” reports the annual Campus Computing Survey. A new item on the questionnaire reveals that 50.7% of institutions experienced hacks or attacks on their campus networks in the past academic year; 41.2% reported major spyware infestations; while 35.2% endured major virus infestations, and 19.6% acknowledged major security incidents involving identity management.

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