Building Smarter College Campuses with Multi-Factor Authentication
Student and faculty information can be accessed from anywhere at any time. With that comes the need to restrict unauthorized access to these applications and data. By adopting multi-factor authentication (MFA), higher education institutions know that their information is always safe and compliant.
In this on-demand webinar, Alex Cagnoni, director of Authentication at WatchGuard and special guest, Makoto Sonoda, IT manager at the University of Miyazaki, explain the importance of implementing MFA for educational institutions including:
- Education and cybersecurity
- MFA in college campuses
- User identity protection
- Device trust for remote students
- Compliance and ethical use of data