Heartbleed security flaw, university data breaches have administrators on edge
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 universities.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced that it was scanning all of the university's networks for any Heartbleed vulnerabilities. Vanderbilt University announced it was doing the same, as did Stony Brook University, and the University of Texas, among others.
Speaking with a student newspaper last week, Cam Beasley, chief information security officer...