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DMARC Study: 92% of Higher Ed Domains Not Protecting Email Security Fully

New research shows that an overwhelming majority of education institutions in the United States have incorrectly configured email security settings and as a result are more susceptible to phishing and spoofing threats.



Gartner Predicts 1 in 4 Cybersecurity Leaders Will Leave the Field by 2025

A new forecast from research firm Gartner estimates that nearly half of all cybersecurity leaders will change jobs by 2025. And 25% will move to non-security roles due to multiple work-related stressors.


Planar Announces EduCare Program to Optimize Display Pricing, Training, and Support

Visualization technology company Planar has introduced an EduCare program for K–12 and higher education customers to address budget-conscious needs for training and technical support, according to a release.


Education Accounts for 7.3% of Cybersecurity Incidents Across Industries in 2022, Up from 2.8% in 2021

IBM Security, releasing its annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index for 2023, noted that education, sixth on the list of 10 industries analyzed, jumped from 2.8% of all incidents in 2021 to 7.3% in 2022.


AI Writing Detection Tool Analyzes Linguistic Fingerprint to Check Authorship

FLINT Systems has introduced a new linguistic tool designed to detect whether a document was written by its attributed author. The system is designed not simply to detect whether a piece of writing was authored by an AI, but whether it was written by the person claiming authorship at all.


Android and iOS Phone Market Seeing Decline in 2023

Weak demand and a slower-than-expected global market recovery are pushing mobile phones into a decline this year, with no recovery expected until 2024, according to a forecast from market research firm IDC.


Canva Introduces Accounts for Higher Education with Canva for Campus

Online graphic design company Canva has expanded its offerings to include higher education with the launch of Canva for Campus. The new paid subscription for colleges and universities is designed to give everyone on campus, from administrators to teachers, staff, and students, the ability to use its design tools and collaborate on projects, assignments, and more.


Survey Uncovers Cautious Optimism About Generative AI's Impact on Learning

An informal survey from video platform Echo360 found that higher education technology users around the world are hopeful about the potential instructional and learning impacts of generative artificial intelligence and applications like ChatGPT.


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How CSU Global Designs for Inclusive Online Education from the Start

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The Campus Technology Insider podcast talks to CSU Global about the importance of designing courses for accessibility from the start, ways to engage students online, and how inclusive design ultimately serves all students. Listen to the podcast.

AI in Education: Will We Need Humans Anymore?

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The Campus Technology Insider podcast talks to Mark Schneider, director of the Institute of Education Sciences, about how AI is transforming education. Listen to the podcast.


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