Security systems are moving front and center as campuses tackle the vulnerability of student- and school-owned mobile devices.
Barracuda Labs recently released results from a study it conducted on risks consumers face on the Web, which found that every day a top site delivers malware.
A California university is providing free software to its students, faculty, and staff to keep their mobile devices secure.
Tri-County Technical College, a 6,800-student school, has placed its Internet security trust in the cloud.
Aruba Networks is demonstrating a new technology that enables people to go across IP subnets with their Apple devices to find and use services as easily as they can on their personal networks.
Digital signage software firm Visix and emergency notification system provider Rave Mobile Safety are joining forces.
Marquette University's security analyst found that the network access control tool already in place could deliver much more value with just a bit more effort.
A security company that monitors data breaches has compiled the worst incidents from higher ed in 2011.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a mobile app to help people set up trusted relationships with others on the fly for digital transactions.
A Nebraska community college has expanded its deployment of a cloud-based system for access control management to include buildings on three campuses.