• Is your ICT environment secure?

    HEAnet Newsletter
    Issue 1 – April 2019

    HEAnet ICT Security Services was established in early 2018 to deliver standardised core security services which are common, repeatable and shareable solutions relevant to all HEAnet client institutions.

    ICT Security Services is a …

  • Future-proofing the national education & research network

    HEAnet Newsletter
    Issue 1 – April 2019

    Meeting the ever-increasing traffic throughput demands

    31 January 2019 saw the completion of a 3-year project to future-proof the national education & research network – delivering 100 Gbps capacity for ultra-high bandwidth traffic …

  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA)

    HEAnet Newsletter
    Issue 1 – April 2019

    HEAnet extends its Shibboleth Identity Provider (IdP) service to integrate with Azure MFA as part of its Hosted or Managed IdP service.

    When it comes to password management and the associated security risks …

  • HEAnet shortlisted for IBEC 2019 KeepWell Mark award

    The HEAnet Group is delighted to confirm we have been shortlisted for a KeepWell Mark award in the medium-sized company category. 

    HEAnet received accreditation under Ibec’s KeepWell Mark in July 2018 in recognition of the organisation’s commitment to the continued …

  • Shannon is first Irish airport to deploy eduroam

    HEAnet Newsletter
    Issue 1 – April 2019

    Secure global wifi system for third level will enable students, researchers and staff to stay campus-connected while at airport 

    Shannon airport is the first Irish airport to deploy eduroam the secure global wifi …

  • 2018 Conference Programme

    Our 2018 programme is live on our mobile-friendly website: 2018 Programme

    Dates:   07 – 09 November 2018
    Venue:  The Galmont Hotel, Lough Atalia Road, Galway (formerly known as Radisson Blu, Galway)

    We have put together a strong and varied programme …

  • Client Advisory: New Security Flaw announced – Foreshadow

    Intel have disclosed there is a serious security flaw in most of their processors manufactured since 2015.

    This security flaw is very similar to the Spectre and Meltdown issues that were disclosed at the start of 2018.

    Intel has been …