Cybersecurity

Read: Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

This free event, happening virtually Nov. 1-3, will cover topics such as violence prevention, threat assessments, cybersecurity, and emergency planning.

Read: Notorious Russian Hackers Have Found a New Way to Attack Our Networks

Notorious Russian Hackers Have Found a New Way to Attack Our Networks

Microsoft is urging customers to harden their Active Directory Federation Services servers and make sure attackers can’t gain administrative access.

Read: Study Finds Ransomware, Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Are on the Rise

Study Finds Ransomware, Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Are on the Rise

For the first half of 2022, there were 10,666 new ransomware variants observed, compared to just 5,400 in the second half of 2021.

Read: Apple Releases Patch to Fix 2 Actively Exploited Zero-Day Bugs

Apple Releases Patch to Fix 2 Actively Exploited Zero-Day Bugs

Various models of iPods, iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers running macOS Monterey are affected by the bugs.

Read: Test Your Hospital Safety and Security Knowledge with These 9 Questions

Test Your Hospital Safety and Security Knowledge with These 9 Questions

Healthcare workers are being assaulted at record rates and hospitals are losing millions to ransomware. Do you know the latest data? Take this quiz to find out.

Read: IBM Report: Data Breach Costs Reach All-Time High

IBM Report: Data Breach Costs Reach All-Time High

For the twelfth year in a row, healthcare saw the costliest breaches among all industries with the average cost reaching $10.1 million per breach.

Read: Feds Disrupt North Korean Hackers Who Targeted U.S. Hospitals

Feds Disrupt North Korean Hackers Who Targeted U.S. Hospitals

The FBI and DOJ recovered $500,000 in ransom payments and cryptocurrency paid to North Korean hackers by two healthcare organizations.

Read: How Colleges Can Implement Interoperable and Flexible Access Security Technology

How Colleges Can Implement Interoperable and Flexible Access Security Technology

Interoperable access control solutions give campuses more options, reduce costs, and deliver a seamless user experience.

Read: Ransomware Attacks on Pace for Another Record Year

Ransomware Attacks on Pace for Another Record Year

The number of ransomware attacks detected in the first quarter of this year doubled the total number for all of 2021.

Read: Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Here are some actionable and tailorable school safety resources, tools, and programs from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

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