5 Facts You Need to Know About Educational Resilience Today

As old perimeters crumble, new malware threats advance. Traditional cybersecurity solutions aren’t enough to keep your modern educational environment safe.

Here’s what you need to know about the current state of educational cybersecurity—and how to achieve educational resilience for your institution.

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5 STEPS to achieving endpoint resilience in education

Malware is one of the most critical threats hitting the education sector. And endpoint resilience is an imperative.

Educational institutions are embarking on a digital transformation by adopting technology that provides teachers and students with an interactive and engaging way to access curriculum. As a result, learning establishments have now adopted endpoint devices that are exposed to a multitude of environments, from heterogeneous operating systems to open networks. This trend has created a positive shift in how instruction is facilitated in the classroom. It has also pushed the modern endpoint forward as the new front line of defense against cyberthreats.

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iPaaS Grid Report

Integration platforms as a service (iPaaS) provide a centralized console to manage, govern, and integrate cloud-based applications. These tools work by connecting cloud applications and services, and controlling integration flows. They can speed up product development by integrating existing tools, and increase data volume by utilizing external sources. Companies use these tools to scale performance needs, add product functionality, and structure application integrations. Features or data can be added or removed quickly, reducing failover, downtime, and development time. There is some relationship between iPaaS and ESB software, but iPaaS is typically used for customer-facing applications, while ESB is used for internal data transfers and updates.

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Central Role of Messaging Middleware in Cloud and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Highly decentralized computing is the new normal for most organizations, and digital transformation (DX) initiatives are changing application architectures to event driven to support real-time and near-real-time response cycles. In this environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to messaging middleware to meet the combined requirements of complexity, speed, reliability, and security to connect the digital world of applications and data.

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The Devops-Ready Security Program

Your peers and co-workers are ready for the transformation: 45% of respondents to the 2016 Puppet Labs State of DevOps survey said they expect DevOps to improve security. High-performing DevOps organizations that incorporate security into DevOps report 50% less time spent remediating security issues 2.

The implication is clear: Improving the DevOps maturity of your security program is critical to time-to market and product quality and resilience.

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Tech Insight – Microapp Overview

Learn how Citrix Workspace Intelligence allows users to be more productive through the use of microapps. Microapps leverage publicly available APIs within SaaS, web, legacy, and homegrown applications to allow users to view information and perform actions without launching the full application.

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Citrix Tech Insight Demo Video: Access Control for StoreFront

Access Control for StoreFront integrates SaaS and web apps into an on-premises StoreFront deployment. When integrated, users can access the SaaS and web apps from StoreFront and have the following capabilities:

  • SSO to SaaS apps.
  • Enhanced SaaS app security.
  • URL filtering within SaaS apps.

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Citrix Tech Insight Demo Video: Micro VPN

Traditional VPNs grant the entire device access to backend resources. With the micro VPN, which is part of Citrix EndPoint Management, a single , per app VPN gives access to a specific app backend resource.

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The Top 7 Day 2 DevOps Challenges

Now that the concept of DevOps has been around for more than a decade, the natural question for many is, “What now?” As DevOps evolves, engineering leaders face demands way beyond CI/CD automation. This eBook explores the industry’s top challenges, and ways to solve them, including:

  • the top DevOps challenges post-CI/CD implementation.
  • what challenges pose the greatest risk.
  • how to harvest opportunity from your DevOps pain points.
  • which factors are creating difficult-to-detect bottlenecks.
  • how to make your DevOps operations more productive.

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Understanding the Value Stream With Velocity

Today, most development teams use Agile planners or Kanban boards to track work. Once the code is integrated though, continuous delivery tools take over. Tracking work as it flows through all the tools of a DevOps toolchain can be a pain. UrbanCode Velocity solves that with a value stream visualization that stitches together the story across your toolchain. Join us for an overview and demo of Velocity. In this session, you'll learn:

  • How developers can track their work as it flows to production.
  • How testers can see what is in the pipeline.
  • How team or retrospective leaders can spot process bottlenecks holding their team back.

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You can get IAM right

In an ideal world, we’d have the budget and time we need to get things done. And tomorrow would be predictable. But that’s simply not the case, especially in the IT universe.

As you well know, the world of identity and access management (IAM) is one of constant change, shrinking deadlines, minuscule budgets, overtaxed staff and unmerciful regulations. Unfortunately, the approach most organizations take to IAM involves piecing together ‘half solutions,’ in the hope that tomorrow’s solutions will address real-world needs.

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The top five ways to relieve the pain of managing hybrid AD environments

Active Directory is everywhere and Azure Active Directory (AAD), its cloud-based cousin, is quickly gaining ground. Currently, nearly ninety percent of organizations worldwide are using Active Directory (AD) for on-premises resources (aka on-prem). That represents 500 million organizations and somewhere around 10 billion daily authentications. In fact, in the world of identity and access management (IAM), AD has become unavoidable and absolutely necessary for on-prem user authentication and authorization. You have to go through AD. It’s just how it’s done. Now, mix in the cloud – and Azure AD– and your management complexity just skyrocketed – and you could be in for a world of pain, if your on-prem or cloud identity environments are not managed and synced properly.

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