To reduce the illegal downloading of copyrighted material via their networks, colleges are relying on a mix of technology, education, and punishment.
The University of Hawaii system has settled a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of 96,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni who were part of five alleged data breaches at four institutions between 2009 and 2011.
CoSoSys has unveiled the second version of its enterprise data protection encryption software, EasyLock, which protects files transported on USB flash drives and external hard drives.
Anonymous communications provider AnComm is being acquired by the parent company of SchoolMessenger, a major provider of notification services for K-12 and higher education.
In a move to enhance safety on campus, the University of Miami has expanded its IP video surveillance system with a new deployment of HD megapixel cameras.
A division of Toshiba has introduced its first high-definition surveillance camera.
Network-based security vendor Genetec has done a major makeover of its one-stop security platform.
Missouri State University has replaced magnetic strip identification cards containing personally identifiable information printed on the card or available with a card reader with a chip-based card that the university said would be tougher for thieves to infiltrate.
Cooper Notification has updated its mass alert system with a GPS locator feature, a mobile app, and the addition of transaction logging and single sign-on.
City College of San Francisco has issued a warning to its campus community that some of the college's computers have been infected with software viruses used for identity theft "for several years."