A California university is partnering with a non-profit organization to try out an online system specifically for use by victims of sexual assault and the campuses that need to support them.
A community college in Minnesota has adopted a new mobile device management solution for faculty and staff, intended to enable them to use personal devices for work.
Two networking companies have teamed up to improve wireless security coverage for their respective customers.
MIT's Interdisciplinary Consortium for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, (IC)3, has added a new private partner.
Santa Clara University is using automated threat detection to help maintain compliance and protect its network from security threats.
The Rochester Institute of Technology has partnered with a course provider in an effort to beef up its offerings for students interested in cybersecurity.
Springfield College has adopted a new app designed to improve campus safety for nearly 6,000 students, faculty and staff.
A Poughkeepsie, NY college is teaming up with a security software company to test out security approaches for its cloud environment and develop professional curriculum for cybersecurity experts.
The University of California Berkeley has sent out notification to those affected by a recently discovered data breach.
How can higher education institutions reduce their exposure to cyber risks? Speaking with CT from the Internet2 Global Summit in Washington, DC, Brad Wheeler, VP for IT and CIO at Indiana University and Paul Howell, Internet2's Chief Cyber Infrastructure Security Officer, examine IU's cyber risk mitigation policy.