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7 ways to prevent campus identity theft

As college students head back to college or prepare for their first semester as a college student, their primary concerns revolve around financial aid, buying books, making it to class,…

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Virginia law school makes huge mistake

Sensitive information like GPAs, class rankings, and addresses were mistakenly emailed to 160 University of Virginia law students The University of Virginia Law School last week accidentally emailed out the…

Innovation corner: Hitting back against data attacks

Colleges and universities have more data than ever, and with that exponential increase in sensitive information has come the prying eyes of hackers hoping to find their way into those…

10 Apple and Android Apps for campus security

These 10 campus safety apps cover a broad range that could be tailored for most institutions Integrating campus security and technology, smartphone apps make campus safety more convenient. From GPS…

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Amazing new security app hits the market

In a world where school shootings have become a common – appearing in headlines almost every other week – university officials are increasingly dependent on students, in addition to security…

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FBI investigates man in U-Md. data disclosure

The FBI is investigating a Baltimore-area computer worker in connection with the online disclosure last month of University of Maryland President Wallace Loh's Social Security and cellphone numbers, according to…

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What universities need to know about the Heartbleed bug

The Heartbleed bug, a serious security flaw found earlier this month in the encryption software used by most secure websites, has many organizations scrambling to fix the issue -- including…

How to save lives with social media

Dallas, Texas -- The night before Byron Piatt was scheduled to speak about campus emergencies at the 2014 ACUTA conference here, his campus was experiencing an emergency of its own.

Campus emergency alerts, simplified

It might take days for a college student to gather every piece of information on how to respond to campus emergencies -- from assaults, to fires, to shootings and extreme…

The business of ed-tech: From blue lights to mobile apps

It was in a 2009 safety committee meeting with University of Florida (UF) officials that Jordan Johnson first mentioned the potential impact of mobile technology in bolstering campus safety. Johnson, then…

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