Data breaches are going to happen, regardless of what an institution does. How effectively a school responds may be a more telling indicator of its preparedness.
Half of America's colleges and universities are using OpenDNS (Domain Name Service) to protect against phishing, botnets, and malware, according to the San Francisco, CA, company.
The proliferation of laptops, tablets, and smartphones on campus challenges higher ed IT departments to balance network protection with a culture of openness.
Rave Mobile Safety has released Rave Alert 5.0, emergency notification software for colleges and universities.
The University of Rhode Island is shifting to an IP-based video management system without abandoning its existing analog cameras.
Virginia Western Community College (VWCC) in Roanoke, VA, has deployed Situational Awareness and Response Assistance (SARA) software to send out automatic mass notifications after experiencing three false alarms.
The latest campus ID cards provide increased security, convenience, and purchasing power--both on and off campus.
With analog systems difficult to scale and maintain, many institutions want to transition to IP-based video security systems. Can it be done affordably?
Security vendor Pelco has launched a new imaging technology it calls SureVision that can significantly improve the viewer's ability to identify details in low or bright light environments.
The value of the ubiquitous flash drives that many of us carry in our pockets or on our key chains is much more than the $10 we pay for them at the big box store. Rather, they're worth as much as all the data they have ever held. It's important to know how to destroy them at the end of their useful life, and how to secure them while they're still in use.