Cybersecurity

Read: NDAA Compliance Is No Longer an Elective

NDAA Compliance Is No Longer an Elective

Unless your campus has upgraded your security cameras and associated hardware recently, chances are you aren’t NDAA-compliant.

Read: FBI Investigating University of Rochester Data Breach

FBI Investigating University of Rochester Data Breach

The New York school says the data breach resulted from a software vulnerability in a product provided by a third-party file transfer company.

Read: How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

Hackers targeting mobile devices present a major security challenge to schools and healthcare facilities, as well as law enforcement.

Read: UMass Memorial to Pay $1.2M to Settle Wage Claims After Ransomware Attack

UMass Memorial to Pay $1.2M to Settle Wage Claims After Ransomware Attack

A ransomware attack took down the provider’s payroll system for weeks, and some employees allege they weren’t paid the full amount owed.

Read: UPDATE: Minneapolis Public Schools Data Breach Also Exposed Campus Security Maps

UPDATE: Minneapolis Public Schools Data Breach Also Exposed Campus Security Maps

The leaked files include specific locations of campus surveillance cameras as well as other sensitive school security infrastructure information.

Read: CISA and Secret Service Release Toolkit for K-12 Schools to Strengthen School Safety Reporting Programs

CISA and Secret Service Release Toolkit for K-12 Schools to Strengthen School Safety Reporting Programs

Joint toolkit includes action-oriented guidance, self-assessment worksheets, reference resources, and useful checklists

Read: Murfreesboro Medical Clinic Closes for Nearly 2 Weeks After Data Breach

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic Closes for Nearly 2 Weeks After Data Breach

Some of its seven locations remain closed after an April 22 cyberattack forced the healthcare provider offline.

Read: 5 Ways Tech Can Help Patients Feel Safer in Your Healthcare Facility

5 Ways Tech Can Help Patients Feel Safer in Your Healthcare Facility

Technology allows healthcare organizations to better serve patients while also making them feel safer when being cared for.

Read: Nearly All Organizations Experienced a Cyberattack in 2022

Nearly All Organizations Experienced a Cyberattack in 2022

Despite most organizations being attacked at least once last year, 93% aren’t keeping up with their cybersecurity essentials.

Read: Microsoft, Cybersecurity Firms Disrupt Ransomware Groups Targeting Healthcare

Microsoft, Cybersecurity Firms Disrupt Ransomware Groups Targeting Healthcare

A court order has enabled Microsoft, Fortra, and Health-ISAC to take down tools used by ransomware gangs to target hospitals.

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