Increased Use of Chromebooks Requires a Secured Digital Footprint
As the usage and adoption of Chromebook and ChromeOS-powered devices continue to rise, Tooele County School District has embraced the trend. With this increase in use comes the critical need to prioritize the security of these devices, especially when cybercriminals view students as prime targets.
Tooele County School District has implemented Adlumin’s Google Workspace integration to address this concern. By leveraging this integration, they have gained greater visibility, accounting for two-thirds of their alerts through Google Workspace. This enhanced visibility allows them to identify risks associated with privileged and stale accounts.
Adlumin’s Google Workspace integration enforces access policies based on user roles, departments, or specific data types of automated security workflows. By automating security workflows, suspicious user actions can be promptly identified, leading to the disabling of user accounts if necessary. Additionally, the insights provided by Adlumin offer comprehensive details regarding policy violations and suspicious behaviors.
Minimized Window of Opportunity for Cybercriminals
Educational institutions often spread IT resources and management across campuses and faculties. This creates silos and vulnerable access points that criminals can use to infiltrate the institution and move laterally to identify critical infrastructure, academic records, and financial accounts.
With the responsibility of serving a district of 27 schools and over 19,000 students, having a platform with everything in one platform dashboard was essential. Adlumin’s one platform, one license approach provides the Tooele County School District with a centralized location to aggregate all its data.
Adlumin’s Continuous Vulnerability Management is a cloud-based solution that remediates and minimizes the window of opportunity for attackers by assessing and tracking vulnerabilities in all Tooele County School District systems. The offering also provides vulnerability scanning and patching to their servers before cybercriminals can access them.