Researchers at MIT have developed the prototype for a "wearable sensor system" that can create a digital map of an environment as the person wearing the system moves through the building.
CSAW, the Cyber Security Awareness Week event hosted by the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn, is ramping up for a November competition.
When USC's students began bringing computers to class, its law school turned to technology and rigid process to maintain academic integrity in the testing room.
OCAD University, an art and design college in Toronto, has begun offering a free smartphone safety escort tool to its campus community that allows users to communicate with public safety personnel in the event of an emergency or unsafe situation.
A company that creates backup and recovery applications in the form of software-as-a-service has launched a new utility that helps institutions move data from one Google Apps user account to another, including those working with Google Apps for Education.
A company that specializes in network troubleshooting solutions has updated a sensor product line for Wi-Fi network monitoring to eliminate the need for Ethernet cabling.
A company that specializes in helping organizations deal with the fallout from a data breach has developed a methodology for dealing with a security incident.
An IT firm that caters to K-12 and institutions of higher education has adopted products from ForeScout Technologies in its security-oriented services.
Toshiba has developed an IP surveillance "bullet" camera built to operate in extreme temperatures.
Canon USA's first line of full HD IP security cameras features low-light performance, video analytics, and 1920 x 1080 HD video up to 30 fps.