The Ultimate Guide to Incident Management for Higher Education
This FREE guide will help you become more proactive, rather than reactive, when it comes to protecting what matters.
Fortunately, the number of students attending college and university continues to grow each year, and by 2027 undergraduate enrollment in the U.S. is projected to increase to 17.4 million students.
In higher education, continuous change is generally a positive thing. It means innovation, thought leadership, and fresh ideas. It means that students are learning, growing and starting to make their mark on the world. But as enrollment increases, it’s expected that campus crime will too. It means that as campuses continue to grow, we try to contain risk by rectifying incidents that have already happened and use our learnings to try and predict what’s likely to happen in the future.
Colleges and universities don’t have the luxury of a “wait and see” mentality. Not with faculty, staff, students, and community members all relying on you to be ready. They need you to be on the ball so that you can respond quickly and effectively, minimize damage, and get things up and running again.
Security professionals at educational institutions are challenged with being reactive to current situations, while also being mandated to ensure that the school is forward-thinking to prevent and reduce the impact of future incidents.
It’s not optional. Resilience is necessary.
In the “Ultimate Guide to Incident Management for Higher Education“, you’ll learn about
- The Evolution of the Clery Act
- Clery Act Compliance – How Are We Doing?
- Investing in Security Software
- How Security Teams are Using Software
Download your FREE copy today to become more proactive, rather than reactive, when it comes to protecting what matters >>>
People are depending on you. Your security system should let you focus on them!
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