Emergency Management

Read: Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Non-academic events and other in-person activities are also being cancelled due to the recent spike in COVID cases on campuses.

Read: IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Registration Now Open

IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Registration Now Open

Healthcare security executives have the option of attending the 2022 conference either in person and virtually May 16-18.

Read: University of Kentucky Facility Takes Direct Hit from Massive Tornado

University of Kentucky Facility Takes Direct Hit from Massive Tornado

The University of Kentucky’ Research and Education Center was directly hit by the December 11 tornado, but staff has found ways to continue to serve.

Read: Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Although active shooter events are rare, we never know when or where the next one will happen, which should focus our attention on preparation.

Read: Survey Finds More Than 1 in 10 IT Leaders Reuse Passwords

Survey Finds More Than 1 in 10 IT Leaders Reuse Passwords

But the survey also found that 88% of organizations utilize two-factor authentication to bolster IT security.

Read: Protecting the Campus Community with Critical Event Management

Protecting the Campus Community with Critical Event Management

How are community assets such as people, facilities, and equipment being protected when something bad happens?

Read: The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Week!

The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Week!

The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit is Dec. 8-9 and will focus on active threats, copy-cat events, threat assessments, situational awareness, reunification and more. Register now!

Read: AG Yost Announces $11 Million Available to Fund School Safety

AG Yost Announces $11 Million Available to Fund School Safety

Each school is eligible for a grant of $2,500 or $5.50 per student, whichever amount is greater.

Read: K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

Steven Ellis developed Project Safety Net for the Corona-Norco Unified School District, leveraging partnerships, technology, training and innovation to bolster campus security.

Read: Potter Debuts New Integrated Voice System for Evacuation Messages

Potter Debuts New Integrated Voice System for Evacuation Messages

Fire alarm control panels updated with the system now have the ability to create and send out voice evacuation messages.

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