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Read: School Safety Training for Children Must Start at Home

School Safety Training for Children Must Start at Home

By regularly discussing safety with children, parents are in the driver’s seat to teach not only critical thinking skills but also skills that may save a child’s life.

Read: The Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security in Healthcare: How to Minimize Threats

The Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security in Healthcare: How to Minimize Threats

Leaving an access control badge or an unlocked computer on an unattended desk both pose significant threats to a healthcare facility’s security and overall health.

Read: Unification vs. Integration: Why a Unified Platform Will Better Protect Your Campus

Unification vs. Integration: Why a Unified Platform Will Better Protect Your Campus

By focusing on unification over integration, campuses can better protect their facilities, improve operations and unlock business intelligence.

Read: Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Here are several examples of school safety improvements that can be implemented at little or no cost.

Read: Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Ransomware gangs are now threating victims that they’ll “burn your data if you get a negotiator.”

Read: Why Campuses Want Mobile Credentials

Why Campuses Want Mobile Credentials

Mobile credentials help campuses break down silos, improve access control system efficiencies, reduce costs and more.

Read: Hear it From the Experts: Developing a Holistic Approach to School Safety

Hear it From the Experts: Developing a Holistic Approach to School Safety

A climate and culture that supports safety, training, SROs, access control and building hardening are strategies that enable schools to keep students, teachers and staff safe.

Read: 3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

The only way to start gaining ground in the cyber war is to instill a culture of security at every level.

Read: Helping Your Campus IT and Cybersecurity Teams Avoid Burnout

Helping Your Campus IT and Cybersecurity Teams Avoid Burnout

Despite the rise in nation-state hacking, phishing attacks and ransomware, there are ways you can reduce burnout in your IT teams.

Read: Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Active shooters are challenging for the CRT model, so these teams must be provided with clear, pragmatic and obtainable objectives.

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