News & Events
A collection of media coverage, blogs, webinars, and films that illustrate the cyber security challenges threatening the integrity of the scientific record, scholarly systems and the safety of personal data.
SNSI Sponsored CHOICE Webinar: A Librarian’s Guide to Cybercrime Mitigation
SNSI session at Charleston Conference 2022: Cybersecurity 101 - What Every Librarian Needs to Know about Protecting Networks, Data, and Access
SNSI Session at the 2022 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference: The Libraries and Security Can be Friends?
SNSI Sponsored CHOICE Webinar: Cyber Security in Higher Education
Cybersecurity and Academic Libraries: Findings from a Recent Survey - Read the recent blog post on The Scholarly Kitchen.
SNSI commissioned SHIFT LEARNING - a global-minded independent research agency, specializing in evidence-based market research around education, higher education, and sustainability to administer our global survey of academic librarians to understand their views on cybercrime and what they thought about Sci-Hub and other related websites that use university logins to access data.
SNSI Webinar, October 2020: Cybersecurity Landscape - Protecting the Scholarly Infrastructure. Free to view - no registration necessary.
Cyber Security in Higher Education - an SNSI sponsored event
Free to Register!
How can librarians and those in higher education contribute to the cyber security effort?
Thursday 14 October, 2pm Eastern Time.
Daniel Ayala, Managing Partner at Secratic, a strategic information and security consultancy
Emily McElroy, Dean of McGoogan Library, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Heather Flanagan, Principal, Spherical Cow Consulting and Technical Liaison for SeamlessAccess
You Should Stress (Test): Library Continuity Plans for Cybersecurity Events
Charleston 2021 Preconference: Virtual and In-Person OptionsVIRTUAL: October 13, 1:00 – 4:00 pmIN PERSON: November 2, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Federated authentication for library resources: can it be trusted? - Webinar Recording now available.
This webinar explains how federated authentication works, discusses the benefits for libraries and service providers and addresses the apparent conflict between offering personalisation whilst still preserving user privacy.
Speakers: Lee Houghton, Heather Flanagan, Kelechi Okere & Jos Westerbeke
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