The University of San Diego has added license plate recognition software to its public safety arsenal.
The United States Department of Justice has awarded a $2.3 million grant to a company in Burlington affiliated with the University of Vermont to create a National Center for Campus Public Safety.
For the second year in a row universities are the fifth most popular location for thefts of mobile devices to occur in the United States.
Florida's Gulf Coast State College has deployed fixed and mobile panic buttons to help ensure the safety of students and staff.
Bradford Networks, a provider of secure network access control (NAC) solutions, has launched its new Network Sentry cloud service.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted Frontier awards totalling nearly $20 million to three multi-university research projects that seek to develop technical solutions to improve computer security.
North Carolina State University has announced plans to automate mobile device registration and provide secure onboarding of devices connecting to its wireless network.
Public safety technology company Rave Mobile Safety has updated the service it provides for emergency call takers.
The University of Mississippi has begun integrating a new service into its campus safety program that will allow students to communicate more fully with public safety officers in the event of an emergency.
A "smart lock" company has released a programming device for its "smart" keys that lets administrators in charge of access control update credentials via mobile phone.