A small college in Vermont has gone public with an incident that could lead to data breaches afflicting more than 14,200 people.
Moving your data storage, backup, and disaster recovery to the cloud can cut costs and improve functionality for both end users and tech personnel.
Eighty-five percent of educational institutions allow instructors or students to use their own devices on institutional networks according to a new survey from Bradford Networks.
The University of Southern California is the newest member of the Northrop Grumman Cybersecurity Research Consortium, a partnership between academia and industry working together to increase Northrop Grumman Corporation's technological capabilities in the area of cybersecurity.
A security technology company has implemented a new theft management service that may interest schools running iPad programs.
Devolutions has released Password Vault Manager 4.2, the latest version of its enterprise password management tool.
In an annual competition designed to judge how well students operate and manage a network infrastructure and prevent cyber attacks, New York's Rochester Institute of Technology came out on top.
Identity management, vulnerability assessment, and other forms of enterprise IT security technologies are slowly moving to the cloud. According to a report released this week, just about 10 percent of all enterprise security product features will be delivered via the cloud.
Next week at two education conferences Omnilert will be demonstrating a new one-click broadcast function for its mass notification systems.
To protect sensitive data in the BYOD era, schools must take a more closed, corporate approach, blending network access control and mobile device management.