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.
The latest release of an app that works as a personal safety device has added features specifically for users at universities with multiple campuses.
Purdue University students will have the chance to staff a new security and counter-terrorism center intended to protect people and assets in the state of Indiana.
A New York college system is trying out a "personal safety" device, which it handed out to 1,400 students as they arrived on campuses this fall.
Vectra Networks has been signed by the university in Miami to protect its data and networks against the threat of cyber attacks.
Emergency response teams at Warren Wilson College can now access step-by-step crisis instructions via mobile app.
How do you make sure everybody with access to information on your campus knows what they have and how to keep it secure — in an ever-changing landscape of behaviors and risks?
Sacred Heart University in Connecticut hopes to reduce emergency response time. It has tested out a feature on a university safety app that during an emergency can pinpoint where inside a building a person is located.