New reports also found a significant increase in white supremacist propaganda and anti-Asian hate crimes in 2020.
The findings include statistics and first-person accounts from sexual or dating violence survivors who reported their abuse to their schools.
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IBM’s latest research also finds that ransomware and vulnerability exploitation are among most common cyber attack methods.
Cybersecurity analysts are being overwhelmed by a flood of false positive alerts from disparate solutions, with missing incidents a rising fear.
The CDC’s findings are consistent with those from investigations done in other countries, which found that the most common type of transmission event was from teacher to teacher.
Fewer organizations are caving to hacker demands, which has resulted in lower average ransomware payments.
Comments on the new and updated standards for preventing hospital workplace violence are due by February 16.
To resume in-person learning, schools should require masks, social distancing and COVID-19 testing, as well as improve their indoor ventilation.