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Survey: Sandy Hook Tragedy Prompted Significant Changes in School Security

Last December’s Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting prompted nearly nine in 10 K-12 respondents and more than one in two university and hospital respondents to make changes in their public…

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HID Global has released results of a physical access control systems survey, which reveals how well today’s technology and policy best practices are being implemented. By CS Staff · April 09, 2014

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) continues to face long-standing challenges in effectively implementing its information security program, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) latest report. By CS Staff · April 09, 2014

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now says the autism rate in American children has increased by 30% in two years. By CS Staff · March 28, 2014

The University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and SUNY Oneonta were the institutions of higher education that made the most on-campus alcohol and drug arrests, respectively, in 2012. By CS Staff · March 27, 2014

The “The New ‘Separate and Unequal’: Using California's Local Control Funding Formula to Dismantle the School-to-Prison Pipeline” report states that the majority of the 20,000 California students that were arrested or ticketed in the 2009-2010 school year were minorities. By CS Staff · March 24, 2014

Although black students only make up 18% of U.S. preschool enrollment, they account for 42% of preschool students suspended once and 48% of students suspended more than once. By CS Staff · March 24, 2014

Study shows how campuses and other security equipment buyers make their equipment purchasing decisions. By Robin Hattersley Gray · March 10, 2014

A cyber security firm says that three industries accounted for nearly two-thirds of all of its cyber events, and two of those three were healthcare and higher education. By CS Staff · February 28, 2014

Hospitals need better and more consistent strategies for backing up and archiving data to aid compliance, reduce risk and deliver expected benefits of technology-driven patient care. By CS Staff · February 25, 2014

According to a study recently released by the FBI, from 2000 to 2012, the rate of active shooter incidents in the United States increased, particularly after 2008. Schools were the second most common location of these attacks. By CS Staff · January 27, 2014