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U.S. Dept. of Ed Provides Guidance on Protecting Student Privacy

This video shows how K-12 schools can improve how they protect student privacy while using online educational services and applications.

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Malware or a virus affected Ruby Memorial Hospital's clinical and security operating systems. By Robin Hattersley Gray · March 23, 2016

Each unit in the LMX-0802 series is designed with six 10/100Tx fast Ethernet RJ45 ports and two 100Fx fiber ports with either an SC or ST connector. By CS Staff · March 15, 2016

The report summarizes the ransomware threat and suggested ways to protect against it. By Zach Winn · March 11, 2016

The NaviTEK offers faster discovery of link and IP information by detecting services like ISDN and Power of Ethernet, according to the company. By CS Staff · March 10, 2016

The student will serve a suspension as engineers attempt to restore the district's computer system. By CS Staff · March 09, 2016

The event, which will take place April 20 at Bristol Palace, will cover digital technology, information sharing, school shootings, transgender student safety and more. By CS Staff · February 29, 2016

German authorities have advised hospital officials not to contact the hacker at all as they work to restore the system. By Zach Winn · February 25, 2016

Researchers say hospitals rarely address the cyber threats to patient health. By Zach Winn · February 25, 2016

The school's new policy is intended to free up bandwidth on its network. By CS Staff · February 25, 2016

The hospital has moved patients as it attempts to bring its database back online. By Zach Winn · February 18, 2016