Several universities in the US and Canada are turning to custom mobile safety apps to enhance security and safety on campus.
A global non-profit research and development organization has taken on the challenge of how to identify when an active shooter situation has begun and how building occupants and public safety people should respond.
The University of South Carolina has deployed a mobile app in an effort to improve safety for students, faculty and staff at its Columbia campus.
Network security and visibility is getting a boost at the University of Texas at Austin. The institution recently selected technology from Ixia, a provider of network testing, visibility and security solutions, to manage its network traffic, security and monitoring needs.
Automated network threat detection tools that use data science, machine learning and behavioral analysis can work together with traditional perimeter security methods to help organizations meet the security goals defined in the CIS Critical Security Controls recommendations and protect themselves from attackers, according to a new report from the SANS Institute.
Two universities and a behavioral research and development firm will be working together on a five-year project to reduce high school violence.
A team of cybersecurity students from the University of Buffalo took first place in a competition that offered a new approach to testing their skills.
A new generation of mobile apps is enhancing public safety at colleges and universities across the country.
An annual report published by the Georgia Institute of Technology examined the emerging cyber threats for the coming year, among them: ever-shrinking personal privacy, lackadaisical security considerations in the Internet of Things and a dearth of trained experts to stay on top of cybersecurity considerations for organizations.
Indiana State University has deployed a mobile app to help protect 14,000 students, faculty and staff.