Higher education networks are 300% more likely to be infected with malware than their enterprise and government counterparts.
By CS Staff · October 21, 2013
Advancements in the computing landscape are driving the adoption of more and more cloud-hosted offerings in security.
October 06, 2013
Holy Cross Hospital has fired one of its employees for inappropriately accessing almost 10,000 patient records.
By CS Staff · October 01, 2013
Staff members at the University of Michigan could possibly become victims of identity theft after receiving spear phishing E-mails that allowed hackers to redirect pay deposits or obtain Social Security numbers.
By CS Staff · August 14, 2013
Hackers have launched a cyber attack on a University of Delaware computer system, which has exposed as many as 72,000 people to identity theft.
By CS Staff · August 01, 2013
Research universities nationwide are tightening security and constricting their culture of openness as numerous campuses are being subjected to millions of cyber-attacks on a weekly basis.
By CS Staff · July 17, 2013
A man accused of using personal information of as many of 20 Baptist Health System West Kendall patients to file unauthorized tax returns was sentenced to 31 months in jail.
By CS Staff · June 30, 2013
Personal information of teacher preparation program participants was exposed on the Internet during a transfer of data between servers housed at Florida State University (FSU), the entity performing work under contract with the Florida Department of Education.
By CS Staff · June 25, 2013
Bons Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital officials will notify roughly 5,000 patients of a security breach caused by two employees’ inappropriate access to patients’ electronic health records.
By CS Staff · June 04, 2013
Here are five tips for handling smartphone digital evidence recovered from subjects.
May 22, 2013