Digital Education: The Cybersecurity Challenges in the Online Classroom (2019-2020)
Keywords:E-Learning, Cybersecurity, Online Classrooms, Platforms, Risks, LMS
E-learning or digital education is one of the advantages provided by the information revolution, which covered all fields and did not exclude the education sector, as many platforms and applications that provide distance education services were available. Students, professors, and education departments have multiple options to manage the educational and academic process. However, with all these positive advantages, this type of education entailed great risks related to cybersecurity much related research says that the education sector has the greatest percentage of attacks and threats denial of service, ransomware, and phishing attacks. This paper studies and analyses those risks using the Kaspersky DDoS Intelligence System. A part of Kaspersky DDoS Protection and explain the methods of protection for educational institutions.
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