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Read: California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

Using default passwords can seriously weaken the security on your devices. By banning them, the legislation aims to fend off hackers and improve cybersecurity.

Read: Victims Continue to Come Forward in Gunnison Valley Sexual Assault Case

Victims Continue to Come Forward in Gunnison Valley Sexual Assault Case

As the investigation continues, more victims are coming forward. It’s estimated that 4 percent of the campus population has been assaulted.

Read: Mesquite ISD Bus Flips and Catches on Fire Leaving One Student Dead

Mesquite ISD Bus Flips and Catches on Fire Leaving One Student Dead

The bus crash took place in an area that was known to be dangerous, where almost 70 over crashes have occurred in the past eight years.

Read: Researchers: Bystanders Have the Power to Prevent Sexual Assault

Researchers: Bystanders Have the Power to Prevent Sexual Assault

Researchers discuss the importance of bystander intervention training and why bystanders sometimes choose not to get involved.

Read: Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

New research shows that women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed are more likely to experience depression or hypertension later in life.

Read: Psychiatric Patient Attacks Washington Hospital Nurse

Psychiatric Patient Attacks Washington Hospital Nurse

A psychiatric ward patient attacked a nurse by biting off her earlobe in the latest attack on a staff member at Western State Hospital.

Read: Guy Grace Receives SIA Insightful Practitioner Award

Guy Grace Receives SIA Insightful Practitioner Award

Guy Grace, of Littleton Public Schools, will receive the award to honor his work for promoting innovative security solutions in schools.

Read: University of Montana Fined Close to $1M for Clery Act Violations

University of Montana Fined Close to $1M for Clery Act Violations

Larger, quicker fines for Clery Act violations could be the new norm for colleges in the future.

Read: Florence and Flooding Have Closed Some SC Schools for 3 Weeks

Florence and Flooding Have Closed Some SC Schools for 3 Weeks

South Carolina school districts are still deciding what to do about all the days that students have missed from the storm.

Read: Sexual Assault Survivors Given More Time to File Civil Cases

Sexual Assault Survivors Given More Time to File Civil Cases

Amid the #MeToo movement, California extends the statute of limitations for sexual assault survivors who are looking to file a civil case.

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