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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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Students are arguing that the new system is inconvenient. By CS Staff · January 27, 2016

The settlement centered around a Security Rule within the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. By CS Staff · January 19, 2016

The percentage of hospitals with two-factor authorization capability for ePHI security is up from just 32 percent in 2010. By CS Staff · December 09, 2015

The Kaspersky Lab and B2B International study shows employees are responsible for 42 percent of confidential data losses. By CS Staff · November 25, 2015

Spillman Technology is used by more than 1,400 large and small agencies in 41 different states. By CS Staff · November 13, 2015

Skimming, eavesdropping and relay attacks can pose problems for hospital, university and K-12 security systems. Here’s how to overcome them. By Scott Lindley · October 01, 2015

Student's names, student ID numbers and email addresses, among other things, may have been accessed in the breach. By CS Staff · September 18, 2015

The announcement comes as the university invests in a stronger data protection network. By CS Staff · September 18, 2015

With a simple text message, hackers can access the personal data on Android phones. By CS Staff · July 31, 2015

The attackers accessed parts of the computer network that contain personal and medical information, and UCLA Health is offering identity theft recovery and restoration services at no charge to patients who might be affected. By CS Staff · July 17, 2015