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  • Enterprise Data Breaches on the Rise, Report Finds

    If last year was any indication, enterprise IT security pros will be busy in 2009. A report (PDF) released this week by the Identity Theft Resource Center, examining data security breaches in 2008, found lots of issues to address.More
  • Stanford Putting Up Emergency Sirens

    Stanford University is preparing to install an outdoor siren system that would be activated during an emergency. Meant to supplement the university's current emergency-notification measures, the system will consist of three sirens mounted on 50-foot poles and four installed on the roofs of buildings across campus.More
  • Q1 Labs Working on Virtual Environment Security Solution

    Q1 Labs has announced VFlow Collector for QRadar, a network and application layer activity monitor designed to IT professionals oversee and secure virtual environments.More
  • U North Carolina at Chapel Hill Launches Mobile Alarm System

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has launched the Rave Guardian personal mobile alarm system to provide students, faculty, and staff a direct connection with campus police.More
  • UK's North Lindsey College Deploys NAC To Secure Networks

    North Lindsey College in North Lincolnshire, United Kingdom has selected Mirage Networks' MAX-500 network access control appliance to secure the wired and wireless networks across campus.More
  • Texas College Police Unit Deploys BIO-key Mobile Data System

    Collin College, a community college district in the Dallas, TX area, will be deploying MobileCop, BIO-key International's wireless query and messaging solution for law enforcement. The new technology will enable campus police to obtain information--while at a traffic stop or other incident--on a person or vehicle directly from the Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (TLETS) using laptops in their patrol cars.More