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Read: Increase Your Defenses Against Cyber Attacks Now

Increase Your Defenses Against Cyber Attacks Now

The coronavirus and current political turmoil have led to an increasing number of cyber attacks. Campuses must immediately take more precautions.

Research

Read: End Users Lament Security Integrators Are Behind Tech Curve: Survey

End Users Lament Security Integrators Are Behind Tech Curve: Survey

A survey commissioned by System Surveyor also found 82% of security integrators continue to use paper and pen to gather requirements at customer sites.

Resources

Read: Next Generation Safety for the Next Generation

Next Generation Safety for the Next Generation

How to choose a security ecosystem that combines voice, video, software, and services to help your campus manage safety threats.

All Emergency Management Content

Read: Colleges Continue Struggle to Contain COVID-19

Colleges Continue Struggle to Contain COVID-19

Quarantines and cancelling spring break are just some of the ways campuses are trying to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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: How Vanderbilt’s Integrated Solutions Can Help Campuses Improve Their Security

How Vanderbilt’s Integrated Solutions Can Help Campuses Improve Their Security

Vanderbilt Industries’ Security Management System, ACT365 cloud-based access control platform and other solutions can help campus officials integrate their systems and collaborate more effectively for better security.

Read: UC Berkeley to Pay $2.35M Clery Fine

UC Berkeley to Pay $2.35M Clery Fine

The U.S. Department of Education will also monitor UC Berkeley’s Clery compliance efforts for two years.

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: Campus Safety Conference Announces 2021 Call for Speakers

Campus Safety Conference Announces 2021 Call for Speakers

CS is looking for leaders in the safety, security and emergency management field to submit detailed proposals for presentations on current trends and time-critical topics. The 2021 Campus Safety Conferences will be held in Las Vegas, NV on June 14-16, Bethesda, MD on July 11-13, and San Antonio, TX on July 21-23.

Read: Campus Safety Now Accepting Nominations for 2021 Director of the Year

Campus Safety Now Accepting Nominations for 2021 Director of the Year

We want to hear about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

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Read: Over 75% of COVID-19 Hotspots Are in College Towns

Over 75% of COVID-19 Hotspots Are in College Towns

So far, more than 50,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S. have been linked to universities that brought students back to campus.

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