U. of Wisconsin Upgrades WiFi Security, Protects 70K Daily Users

One of the largest public universities in America, University of Wisconsin, has a student enrollment and faculty total surpassing 70,000 people on a daily basis. Each one of them on campus is using, on average, three to five connected mobile devices each day.

So how does a school campus with that many connected users keep itself, and those on the WiFi network, secure? Download the case study to find out how Chief Information Security Officer Bob Turner and his team recently took the next step in monitoring and blocking "bad traffic" inside the campus-wide network.

U. of Wisconsin Upgrades WiFi Security, Protects 70K Daily Users.

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