Connect and Collaborate with Higher Education Cybersecurity Leaders: CampusCISO CYBER BRIDGE

Connect with Peers, Share Experiences, and Learn from Others in the Higher Education Cybersecurity Community with CYBER BRIDGE

Empowering Higher Education Cybersecurity

At CampusCISO, we believe in the power of collaboration and networking in higher education cybersecurity. That’s why we created CYBER BRIDGE, a unique set of tools that enables you to connect with other CampusCISO members and share your knowledge.

Introducing CYBER BRIDGE

CYBER BRIDGE is a unique service designed to help CampusCISO members connect with each other. The service currently includes vendor research requests, allowing members to send anonymous feedback requests about specific vendor solutions. Additionally, we will be launching weekly online member forums in late October 2023, providing members with the opportunity to discuss topics driven by their peers. As a new service, we will be working closely with our growing member community to enhance CYBER BRIDGE tools over the coming year, with a focus on making it easy to connect and share insights among peers.

Thoughts from our founder

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Chris Schreiber, CISM

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One of my goals with CampusCISO was to create a place where college and university leaders could come together and share information with their peers so they could make informed decisions about their cybersecurity strategies.

With the introduction of CYBER BRIDGE, we’re taking the next step in our journey to support higher education cybersecurity leaders. We’re excited to work with our growing member community to enhance these tools over the coming year, focusing on making it easy to connect and share insights with other institutions.

How Does CYBER BRIDGE Work?

Vendor Research Requests

Send a CYBER BRIDGE™ request to other members using points. Other members who receive the request can provide an anonymous review of the vendor. They can also choose to connect with you via email to discuss the vendor in more detail. If a member chooses to connect by email, both of you will receive an introduction with your contact information.

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Send a request to your selected CampusCISO member audience
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When users receive your request, they can provide anonymous reviews of the vendor solution
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Recipients can also choose to connect with you by email, allowing direct private conversations about the vendor

Earn Points by Participating in the CampusCISO Community

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Members can earn points for their institution in several ways:

  1. Submitting Vendor Reviews: Share your experiences with different vendors to help other members make informed decisions.
  2. Responding to Research Requests: Help other members by providing valuable feedback to their vendor research requests.
  3. Attending Member Forums: Participate in our weekly member forums to discuss member-driven topics and learn from others.

These points are then used to initiate your own research requests, making the collaboration not only free but also limiting access to those who are active in the CampusCISO community. 

This system encourages members to contribute to the collective knowledge of the community, enhancing the value of CampusCISO for everyone.

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