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Read: With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

Microsoft will soon stop supporting Windows 7, which poses risks for unpatched and insecure network devices. Is your campus addressing this vulnerability?

Read: Patient Takes Officer Gun, Shoots Several Rounds in Colorado Hospital

Patient Takes Officer Gun, Shoots Several Rounds in Colorado Hospital

Although several shots were fired by the forensic patient during the incident, no one was hit by gunfire.

Read: DeVos Expected to Release Final Title IX Rules in Coming Days

DeVos Expected to Release Final Title IX Rules in Coming Days

While most of the hotly debated proposed regulations are likely to remain, the Education Department is expected to change its stance on off-campus sexual assault.

Read: 110 U.S. Nursing Homes Affected by Ransomware Attack of Tech Service Provider

110 U.S. Nursing Homes Affected by Ransomware Attack of Tech Service Provider

This latest Russian attack could put some nursing homes impacted by the ransomware out of business.

Read: 53 Samoans Dead from Measles Outbreak

53 Samoans Dead from Measles Outbreak

Most of the victims from the vaccine-preventable illness have been children under the age of 4.

Read: UT Students Demand Firing of Professors with Sexual Misconduct Violations

UT Students Demand Firing of Professors with Sexual Misconduct Violations

University of Texas at Austin students have led several protests after two professors were disciplined for sexual misconduct violations but weren’t fired.

Read: D’oh! Don’t Make These 10 Ridiculous Campus Security Mistakes

D’oh! Don’t Make These 10 Ridiculous Campus Security Mistakes

These pictures, taken by security consultants, are perfect examples of security mistakes that could put your campus at serious risk.

Read: SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

Mutualink was chosen from over 140 applications as the primary technology solution for an active shooter drill at George Mason University.

Read: Why Campuses Should Care About Open Standards for Security Retrofit Projects

Why Campuses Should Care About Open Standards for Security Retrofit Projects

Open standards for interoperability allow hospitals, schools and universities to add newer security components from multiple vendors as needed in the future.

Read: Colleges Struggling to Keep Up with Student Mental Health Needs

Colleges Struggling to Keep Up with Student Mental Health Needs

The Associated Press gathered five years’ worth of data from 39 universities and find students receiving mental health treatment has grown by 35%.

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