Security Technology

Read: UPDATE: Hackers Demand Ransom from Los Angeles Schools

UPDATE: Hackers Demand Ransom from Los Angeles Schools

Federal agencies warn that the threat actor Vice Society has been “disproportionately targeting the education sector” with its ransomware attacks.

Read: Don’t Fall for These 5 Cloud-Based Physical Security Myths

Don’t Fall for These 5 Cloud-Based Physical Security Myths

Although more organizations are investing in cloud-based security solutions, there still is some hesitation among decision makers.

Read: Secure Residence Halls with Unified Security

Secure Residence Halls with Unified Security

Implementing modern measures can enhance security for residence halls.

Read: GSX 2022: ADT Commercial Showcases Updates to Humanoid Robotics, Indoor Drone Technologies

GSX 2022: ADT Commercial Showcases Updates to Humanoid Robotics, Indoor Drone Technologies

ADT Commercial, which is nearing commercialization of its autonomous guarding solutions, also unveiled its pilot partnerships at GSX 2022.

Read: IDIS Extends Its Lineup of NDAA-Compliant PTZ Cameras

IDIS Extends Its Lineup of NDAA-Compliant PTZ Cameras

These new NDAA-compliant 31x zoom models provide wide-area coverage and flawless image capture

Read: 6 Student Safety Signals Detected in Google Workspace & Microsoft 365 and Why They Matter

6 Student Safety Signals Detected in Google Workspace & Microsoft 365 and Why They Matter

A technology guide for K-12 tech directors, counselors and staff to help detect potential student safety signals that can come up in apps.

Read: How Wake Forest University Effectively Manages Its Keys

How Wake Forest University Effectively Manages Its Keys

Investing in an electronic key management system helps Wake Forest keep track of its keys and improve security.

Read: Unified Video and Access Control Improves Campus Safety, Saves Money

Unified Video and Access Control Improves Campus Safety, Saves Money

Video and access control integration simplifies investigations, lowers total cost of ownership, and minimizes training, among other things.

Read: Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

College campus phone systems fall under the RAY BAUM’s Act which requires all 911 calls to include a dispatchable location.

Read: Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Learn the advantages of using two-way radios for campus security, from cost effectiveness to ease of use.

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