Cybersecurity

Top 10 Data Breaches at Educational Facilities in 2014

The causes of the breaches varied widely, although hacking appears to be the most common and destructive.

Read: 25 Security Technologies to Watch

25 Security Technologies to Watch

Security industry experts reveal their top 25 access control, video surveillance, fire/life-safety, intrusion detection and other security technologies of 2014.

Read: Number of Patients Affected in Data Breach at Los Angeles Hospital Climbs to Over 33,000

Number of Patients Affected in Data Breach at Los Angeles Hospital Climbs to Over 33,000

Cedars-Sinai notified government officials that 33,136 patients’ medical records were on a laptop that was stolen from an employee’s house back in June.

Read: Contractor Claims U of Maryland Warned of Cyber Risks Before Breach

Contractor Claims U of Maryland Warned of Cyber Risks Before Breach

A former contract IT worker, who says he’s a whistleblower, posted the school president’s personal information online to call attention to vulnerabilities.

Report: VA Cyber Security Weaknesses Continue to Persist

The VA continues to face long-standing challenges in effectively implementing its information security program, according to the GAO’s latest report.

Hackers Attack Valley View Hospital Database

An unknown source has hacked the private information of nearly 5,500 Valley View Hospital patients.

U of Maryland Breach Smaller than Originally Announced

Breach affects 287,580 records, not more than 300,000.

U of Maryland Now Offering 5 Years Credit Monitoring to Breach Victims

Free credit protection services will be extended from one year to five years for individuals affected by the massive data breach discovered last week.

Report: Healthcare, Higher Ed Were Top 2 Cyber Targets in 2013

A cyber security firm says that three industries accounted for nearly two-thirds of all of its cyber events, and two of those three were healthcare and higher education.

Read: Bullying Basics for Parents

Bullying Basics for Parents

The U.S. Department of Education just posted these five ways parents can help their children prevent bullying.

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