Colorado State University
Colorado State University

Colorado State University

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In the snippet below, Steve Lovaas, CISO at Colorado State University, explores the importance of having an automated solution to identify common vulnerabilities and threats to your attack surface and determine their potential impact on your business.

About Colorado State University

Colorado State University is a public research university located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It offers over 200 academic programs across eight colleges, including Natural Sciences, Engineering, Business, and Liberal Arts, and is known for its focus on sustainability, innovation, and hands-on learning experiences.

Steve Lovaas is the Chief Information Security Officer for the Colorado State University System, having served in the primary cybersecurity role at Colorado State University for nearly 20 years. Steve is a PhD ABD in Public Communication & Technology, and holds a CISSP, and MS in Information Security Assurance from Norwich University.

Having an automated way to look at the attack surface is a great way to flag things like unmanned pages or EOL apps. It’s a low-hanging fruit to improve our security.
Colorado State University
Steve Lovaas

CISO, Colorado State University

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