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Read: Ransomware Attack Leads to Hospital Patient Death

Ransomware Attack Leads to Hospital Patient Death

A woman died after she was diverted to another facility 20 miles away when a ransomware attack shut down the university-affiliated hospital where she was being admitted.

Read: Why Colleges Should Care About Low Frequency Sounders

Why Colleges Should Care About Low Frequency Sounders

Some fire departments are requiring low frequency sounders be installed retroactively due to these devices being more effective at waking “at-risk” individuals.

Read: Temperature Scanning Systems: What’s on the Market, Promising Practices and More

Temperature Scanning Systems: What’s on the Market, Promising Practices and More

Using video surveillance cameras for thermal temperature monitoring is emerging as a viable option for campuses.

Read: Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Being proactive when it comes to things like database management and firmware/software patches can reduce potential problems in the future.

Read: Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

One out of five data breaches was due to an attacker using previously exposed employee credentials, and misconfigured cloud networks were used by attackers nearly 20% of the time.

Read: How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

After reviewing cases from the 2019-2020 academic year, VCU police found the department had its lowest use-of-force rate in 10 years.

Read: Americans Want Increased Security at Public Venues, According to New Study

Americans Want Increased Security at Public Venues, According to New Study

Researchers found that terrorism countermeasures actually resulted in higher attendance at public venues such as stadiums, arenas and convention centers.

Read: 5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

While students, staff and faculty are still primarily engaged in virtual learning, educational institutions can use the current situation as an opportunity to evaluate and enhance video surveillance technologies on campus.

Read: Remote Learning Makes Schools Giant Targets for Cybercriminals, Experts Warn

Remote Learning Makes Schools Giant Targets for Cybercriminals, Experts Warn

New technologies implemented by schools to support remote and hybrid learning have made them significant targets for cyber attacks.

Read: Integrator Helps Rocky Point School District Combine Multiple Electronic Systems

Integrator Helps Rocky Point School District Combine Multiple Electronic Systems

The Rocky Point Union Free School District turned to Digital Provisions to combine several of its electronic systems for a fully unified solution.

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