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Time for Universities to Teach Cybercriminals a Lesson

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There is good reason for higher education’s appeal to intruders: There are vast stores of valuable information about students, staff, vendors, and alumni that intruders can monetize, and vital research data can be sold to shady nation states. A security talent shortage leaves higher education competing at a disadvantage with the private sector. The decentralized structure of the academic world enables disparate departments to invest in their own IT without the oversight of security professionals – creating shadow IT. Universities have a culture of sharing information within the university and other schools, governments, and private entities.