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Read: Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

In this real-life incident, the school secretary was in her first year and had not received de-escalation training. Here’s how it played out.

Read: Cybersecurity Researcher Finds School Shooting Emergency Plans Exposed Online

Cybersecurity Researcher Finds School Shooting Emergency Plans Exposed Online

The records were accessible to the public online and included highly sensitive school emergency planning and security documents.

Read: Safeguarding Education: Navigating Privacy and Compliance in Teacher Communications

Safeguarding Education: Navigating Privacy and Compliance in Teacher Communications

Schools must look to contemporary solutions that offer protected communication channels between teachers, students, and parents while safeguarding personal privacy.

Read: New Biden Executive Order Aims to Address AI Security, Privacy Risks

New Biden Executive Order Aims to Address AI Security, Privacy Risks

The new executive order acknowledged AI’s positive potential while also warning that “irresponsible use could exacerbate societal harms.”

Read: Opinion: When Schools Leave Parents in the Dark About Security

Opinion: When Schools Leave Parents in the Dark About Security

Schools need to understand the limitations and requirements of FERPA to avoid misinterpreting it.

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: Ransomware Gangs Release Naked Photos of Cancer Patients, Student Sexual Assault Records

Ransomware Gangs Release Naked Photos of Cancer Patients, Student Sexual Assault Records

Cybersecurity experts say ransomware groups are going to extremes as more organizations refuse to pay ransoms.

Read: Digital Hall Passes: Pros, Cons and Student Privacy Concerns

Digital Hall Passes: Pros, Cons and Student Privacy Concerns

Striking a balance between autonomy and safety is one of the challenges of digital hall passes, but it can be accomplished.

Read: A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

Here are Mark DeRee’s written answers to the questions that weren’t answered during his Campus Safety Online Summit presentation on the lessons Minneapolis College learned during last summer’s protests.

Read: 10 Most Popular K-12 Campus Safety Stories of 2020

10 Most Popular K-12 Campus Safety Stories of 2020

Check out 2020’s most-read Campus Safety articles that focus primarily on K-12 campus security.

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