University Security

Read: OCR Issues Guidance to Help Ensure First Responders and Others Receive Protected Health Information about Individuals Exposed to COVID-19

OCR Issues Guidance to Help Ensure First Responders and Others Receive Protected Health Information about Individuals Exposed to COVID-19

Here’s how covered entities may disclose protected health information about an individual who’s infected with or exposed to COVID-19 to law enforcement, paramedics, other first responders, and public health authorities.

Read: The Coronavirus and Public Safety: Lessons Learned by a Large Institution (So Far)

The Coronavirus and Public Safety: Lessons Learned by a Large Institution (So Far)

Here’s what works and what doesn’t across five broad campus public safety operational categories: personnel, plans and procedures, facilities, equipment and communications.

Read: Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

Univ. of Michigan Sexual Misconduct Policy Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

The judge ruled a student accused of sexual assault is entitled to a live hearing with the opportunity to cross-examine his accuser.

Read: Colleges Extend Distance Learning, Reschedule Graduations

Colleges Extend Distance Learning, Reschedule Graduations

The University of Kentucky is one of many campuses that chose to continue distance learning for the remainder of the year and to postpone graduation.

Read: 18 Tips For Using Metal Detectors Effectively

18 Tips For Using Metal Detectors Effectively

These 18 tips will ensure you get the most out of your investment in metal detection technology.

Read: Florida Students Returning from Spring Break Test Positive for COVID-19

Florida Students Returning from Spring Break Test Positive for COVID-19

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been criticized for not ordering the closure of all beaches, leading local officials to make the decision on their own.

Read: Colleges Prepping Dorms for Overflow Coronavirus Patients

Colleges Prepping Dorms for Overflow Coronavirus Patients

Many U.S. colleges and universities are prepping empty dorms and other large facilities to house both coronavirus patients and healthcare workers.

Read: Cyber Attacks Increase as Cybercriminals Capitalize on COVID-19 Fears

Cyber Attacks Increase as Cybercriminals Capitalize on COVID-19 Fears

These phishing emails are typically marketing coronavirus information and ask you to open an attachment to see the latest news and statistics.

Read: Videoconferencing Platforms Being Used as Social Networks During COVID-19

Videoconferencing Platforms Being Used as Social Networks During COVID-19

Schools, churches and even groups of friends are taking to Zoom, Webex, Microsoft Teams, BlueJeans and other videoconferencing apps to catch up on lost instruction time, hear the latest sermon or just hang out with family and friends.

Read: Communicating with Your Campus During the Coronavirus Crisis Using Mass Notification

Communicating with Your Campus During the Coronavirus Crisis Using Mass Notification

Organizations that leverage mass notifications can take advantage of a number of benefits that will help keep students and staff informed about ongoing COVID-19 developments, expectations and when campus operations will return to normal.

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