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Cyber Crime

Read: When It Comes to Cybersecurity, Precautions Don’t Require King’s Ransom

When It Comes to Cybersecurity, Precautions Don’t Require King’s Ransom

Proper cyber hygiene isn’t rocket science. Take these precautions to keep your security systems and your clients’ devices safe from hackers.

Read: Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Being proactive when it comes to things like database management and firmware/software patches can reduce potential problems in the future.

Read: 5 Steps to Creating a HIPAA-Compliant Cyber Attack Contingency Plan

5 Steps to Creating a HIPAA-Compliant Cyber Attack Contingency Plan

The HHS Office for Civil Rights recommends these steps to develop a cybersecurity contingency plan.

Read: 9 Iranian Hackers Charged in Cyber Attacks on Colleges, Gov’t Agencies

9 Iranian Hackers Charged in Cyber Attacks on Colleges, Gov’t Agencies

The hackers targeted 144 American universities, 176 other universities across 21 countries, 47 private sector companies and several government agencies.

Read: Philadelphia Symposium to Cover Judicial Affairs, Student Conduct and Campus Policing

Philadelphia Symposium to Cover Judicial Affairs, Student Conduct and Campus Policing

Get the latest updates on judicial affairs Feb. 28 at this free event for college safety and security stakeholders being held at the Community College of Philadelphia.

Read: UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

One of the plaintiffs claims several fraudulent credit cards were opened under his name and his credit score dropped as a result of the hack.

Read: Best Practices for Preventing Healthcare Cybersecurity Breaches

Best Practices for Preventing Healthcare Cybersecurity Breaches

Healthcare cybersecurity breaches can be devastating, but there are resources available to help you prevent cybersecurity attacks and develop best practices.

Read: SplashData Releases Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017

SplashData Releases Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017

SplashData released its annual list of worst passwords, making it clear why so many of us get hacked and stressing the importance of a strong password.

Read: Former Rutgers Student Pleads Guilty After Historic Internet Outage

Former Rutgers Student Pleads Guilty After Historic Internet Outage

Paras Jha helped create the Mirai Botnet, which was used to crash the Rutgers University computer network, among thousands of others.

Read: Study: 78 Percent of Healthcare Providers Reported Cyberattacks in Past Year

Study: 78 Percent of Healthcare Providers Reported Cyberattacks in Past Year

The study, which was conducted by Mimecast and HIMSS Analytics, examined 76 senior IT professionals at various sized healthcare facilities.

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