For Higher Ed, By Higher Ed: REN-ISAC Cybersecurity Peer Assessments
What is a REN-ISAC peer assessment? What makes it different from other types of assessments?
The REN-ISAC peer assessment process starts with expert assessors who have real-world experience working in higher education information security. Through their objective evaluation and actionable recommendations, you and your institution can strengthen internal safeguards and mitigate possible risk.
“When the REN-ISAC Cybersecurity Peer Assessment Program develops a team of assessors, it’s bringing together a team with decades of experience in higher education to assess what you are doing today, and they leave you with recommendations for how to improve going forward. That’s huge!” –Hal Stone, CISO for Clemson University (retired).
Discover how REN-ISAC can help you improve your organization’s security posture. Join Susan Coleman Snyder, Manager of the REN-ISAC Cybersecurity Peer Assessment Services Program for a public webinar on an “Intro to Cybersecurity Peer Assessments for Higher Ed” on Wednesday, July 13 at noon ET.Go Back