While data breaches, phishing schemes, malware and other security challenges pummel campus IT teams, bad user behavior can make the problems much worse. Here's how one university tackles cybersecurity awareness without breaking the bank.
Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology has received a multi-million dollar donation of software for use in the school's Center for Cyber Security, Information Privacy and Trust.
Scenario Learning is expanding its higher education product line with two new online safety and compliance solutions.
Researchers at Brown University have developed a data shuffling technique that aims to improve security of data stored in the cloud by hiding usage patterns, which can be analyzed to reveal secret information.
A company that creates products for managing devices in a bring-your-own-device environment has developed a network access control utility that allows an external login through Google Apps for Education to be used for authentication of each device and user.
LRAD has debuted a new mobile PA system that boasts the ability to blast intelligible audio over a 2-square-mile area.
A new standard for Internet security and privacy has been ratified by the OpenID Foundation.
A data breach at the University of Maryland has exposed records from students, staff, faculty and others dating back to 1998.
Northern Arizona University is rolling out the UnboundID Identity Data Platform to support nearly one million entries in its directory stores of student and employee data.
Rollins College successfully combated a recent spear phishing attack, thanks to its new network access control system.