Enhancing Cybersecurity and Maintaining Compliance in Higher Education

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Cybersecurity is critical for higher education research institutions. Researchers who study topics ranging from healthcare to education to national security often handle sensitive information that could be vulnerable to cyberattacks. Not only is cybersecurity critical for protecting information and keeping institutions secure from outside threats, but it is also becoming mandatory. The Department of Defense (DoD) now requires higher education institutions (as well as federally funded research and development centers) that receive government research grants to meet the DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). Download this issue brief to learn more about the impact CMMC will have on higher education and what institutions can do to ensure compliance.