School Cyber Safety Zones
How to safeguard faculty & students, protect campuses, and promote online security
Schools have a massive footprint and attack surface on social media & external digital platforms — all of which is either monitored manually or remains entirely ungoverned and unprotected by the existing security perimeter — exposing institutions to cyber attacks, physical threats, data loss, student scams, reputational brand risk and account takeovers. Having the tools in place to support your security stack is crucial to allowing your school community to engage securely on campus and across digital channels.
- Next Generation security measures for the education industry and the role of AI
- How to automate the identification and remediation of risks across digital channels
- Tips to proactively identify risks to your students, staff, and campuses
Dr. Sam Small serves as the Chief Security Officer of ZeroFOX, helping its customers implement world class social-media protection programs and supporting ZeroFOX to continuously advance its role as the innovation leader of social-media and collaborative-technology security solutions. After earning his doctorate in computer science from Johns Hopkins University, Sam was a lecturer, led an academic security research lab, and launched two security-industry startups, including Fast Orientation where he most recently served as CEO and continues to maintain a non-operational role as Chairman. In addition to his technical and entrepreneurial pursuits, Dr. Small has provided expert technology and security assessments of dozens of organizations and vendor products and conducted due diligence assessments for more than a dozen software-industry investments, mergers, and acquisitions. He has also served as an expert witness in several high-profile security, software, and network-related lawsuits. His work and research have been covered in publications including Wired, The New York Times, The Washington Post, New Scientist, CNET, ZDNet, and slashdot.
Joseph Carrigan is a Senior Security Engineer with the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHUISI). He has been a Software Engineer for over 19 years and has been working in the security field more than 8 years. He has experience in a broad range of fields including computer and software security, authentication systems, embedded systems, data migration, data integration, data warehousing and network communication. He earned a Bachelor of Science (Computer and Information Science) from The University of Maryland, University College and a Master of Science in Computer Science from Capitol Technology University.