Cybersecurity

Read: Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

One out of five data breaches was due to an attacker using previously exposed employee credentials, and misconfigured cloud networks were used by attackers nearly 20% of the time.

Read: Remote Learning Makes Schools Giant Targets for Cybercriminals, Experts Warn

Remote Learning Makes Schools Giant Targets for Cybercriminals, Experts Warn

New technologies implemented by schools to support remote and hybrid learning have made them significant targets for cyber attacks.

Read: Ransomware Forces Hartford, Conn. to Delay First Day of School

Ransomware Forces Hartford, Conn. to Delay First Day of School

A ransomware attack is affecting several critical systems in Hartford, Connecticut and has forced the city to delay the first day of school.

Read: How to Get What You Need from Your Security Systems Integrator

How to Get What You Need from Your Security Systems Integrator

Four campus protection pros describe how they vet their electronic security contractors and the top challenges they must address.

Read: SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

The Security Industry Association says all technology, including facial recognition, must only be used in a lawful, ethical and nondiscriminatory fashion.

Read: College in Kansas City Victim of Ransomware Attack

College in Kansas City Victim of Ransomware Attack

The students and staff members who were possibly impacted by the ransomware attack were notified back in June.

Read: NY Governor Announces $94M for School Tech, Security Upgrades

NY Governor Announces $94M for School Tech, Security Upgrades

The funding is part of the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act — a sweeping education technology initiative approved by the voters.

Read: Feds: UC Davis Researcher Lied About Ties to Chinese Military, Communist Party

Feds: UC Davis Researcher Lied About Ties to Chinese Military, Communist Party

Prosecutors say Juan Tang lied about her work with the Chinese military and Communist Party. Two other researchers and a graduate student at three other U.S. universities face similar charges.

Read: Report Finds Cybercriminals Are Targeting the Cloud

Report Finds Cybercriminals Are Targeting the Cloud

Due to COVID-19, organizations are shifting business-critical applications to hybrid-cloud environments, which is increasing the attack surface.

Read: Notre Dame Turns to Schneider Electric to Increase Energy Efficiency

Notre Dame Turns to Schneider Electric to Increase Energy Efficiency

A decade ago, the University of Notre Dame set a goal to cut its carbon footprint in half by 2030, something Schneider has helped them achieve.

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