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Universities look to cybersecurity partnerships

As the information technology industry grows, cybersecurity careers are projected to grow along with it--leading to an increased need for students to pursue cybersecurity at the higher-ed level. National defense leaders…

IU nets $5M grant for NSF cybersecurity initiative

The security of the more than $7 billion in research funded by the National Science Foundation will be significantly bolstered thanks to a $5 million grant to Indiana University and…

Campuses partner to create safety apps

In an effort to increase campus safety, Red River College, UBC Okanagan, Georgian College, Centennial College, and the University of Florida in collaboration with AppArmor have released new custom mobile…

Editorial Pick 2015: Is your institution under Chinese cyberattack?

In May, the College of Engineering at Penn State shut down its network for several days in response to a cyberattack, making it the latest in a long line of…

Why it’s critical to understand the anatomy of a campus crisis

No one has the luxury of choosing the date and time of the next campus crisis, which is why assembling a core team to oversee campus emergency alerting must be…

Campuses go online for active shooter training

In the wake of the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College—and additional slayings on campuses in Texas and Arizona in the days after—university administrators are struggling to square such events…

College shooting: Alert systems failed, faculty members say

Emergency alert systems at Umpqua Community College may have failed to warn students and faculty of a shooter on campus Oct. 1. Three associate professors told The Oregonian/OregonLive they did not…

A whole new consideration for campus safety

There’s an unfortunate side effect of mostly positive student travel both locally and abroad: As travel increases, so does the potential for safety risks.…

Want to protect research data? Go multi-tiered

How many researchers have mislaid a USB hard drive and had that sinking feeling that months—or years—of work had simply evaporated? Yet, despite the risks, USB drives remain a primary…

5 safety tips for campus leaders

As students across the nation head back to campus now and in the coming weeks, campus safety leaders have an opportunity to review their safety plans and ensure that emergency…

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