The ransomware attack against Colonial Pipeline is a stark warning of the cybersecurity threats faced by critical infrastructure.
Institutions of higher education can ban, expel or refuse to recognize a problematic student organization, but that doesn’t mean the issues associated with that group will magically go away.
COVID-19 has prompted greater adoption of temperature screening, health screening, visitor management and sanitation technologies.
To effectively navigate the changes prompted by the defund-the-police movement, campus security pros must collaborate with other stakeholders, use the right security technologies and embrace new opportunities.
The shotgun is more than adequate for the vast majority of law enforcement’s armed confrontations.
Any change to the deployment of campus police should be thoughtfully considered and carefully monitored by law enforcement, school staff and parents.
The pandemic has shown we need to quickly engage a much wider group of professionals, including those in facilities management, HVAC, architecture, mental health and more.
We owe it to our officers to fully comprehend and address the real security threats our country faces. Last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol proves that.
Here are some resources that will help you prevent, respond and mitigate events that might happen on or around your campus.
Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.