Coronavirus

Read: Cal State System Cancels In-Person Classes for Fall 2020 Semester

Cal State System Cancels In-Person Classes for Fall 2020 Semester

The states’ other two systems, the University of California and the California Community Colleges, are likely to follow suit.

Read: Nevada School District to Cut SRO Program

Nevada School District to Cut SRO Program

The cuts to the SRO program will help the district recoup some of the financial losses it has experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read: Security Officer Helps Deliver Baby Outside Tampa Hospital

Security Officer Helps Deliver Baby Outside Tampa Hospital

The Tampa General Hospital security officer was screening visitors for coronavirus symptoms when a man pulled up yelling for help.

Read: Lawsuit: Hackley Hospital Nurse Fired for Speaking About Lack of PPE

Lawsuit: Hackley Hospital Nurse Fired for Speaking About Lack of PPE

The registered nurse claims Hackley Hospital administrators made them throw out N95 masks donated amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read: COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

The use of fingerprint and vein biometrics technologies will most likely suffer due to new stringent infectious disease protocols, but facial and iris recognition could experience an increase.

Read: What Back-to-School Looks Like in Other Countries Amid COVID-19 Crisis

What Back-to-School Looks Like in Other Countries Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Denmark, one of the first countries to begin a phased reopening of K-12 schools, is asking teachers to do as much teaching as possible outdoors.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Cancels 2020 Events

Campus Safety Conference Cancels 2020 Events

The 2020 Campus Safety Conferences had been scheduled for June 15-17 in Las Vegas, NV; July 12-14 in Bethesda, MD; and July 26-28 in San Antonio, TX.

Read: Survey: Nearly 1 in 2 Organizations Not Prepared for Increasing Coronavirus Cyber Attacks

Survey: Nearly 1 in 2 Organizations Not Prepared for Increasing Coronavirus Cyber Attacks

Only half of cybersecurity professionals say they’re prepared for the rise in hacking incidents during the COVID-19 crisis.

Read: Hackers Trying to Steal COVID-19 Research from U.S., U.K. Institutions

Hackers Trying to Steal COVID-19 Research from U.S., U.K. Institutions

So far, none of the hacking attempts have been successful.

Read: Here’s How Colleges Are Planning to Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat

Here’s How Colleges Are Planning to Reopen Amid COVID-19 Threat

For many campuses, a fall reopening is contingent on coronavirus testing availability and the capacity to socially distance students.

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