FERPA

Read: You’ve Suspended a Potential Aggressor. Now What?

You’ve Suspended a Potential Aggressor. Now What?

Threat assessment teams, information sharing, community partnerships and automated tools help colleges manage at-risk individuals both on- and off-campus.

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.

Education Department Releases Tools to Protect Student Privacy Online

Read: Proposed Bill Would Impede Investigations and Clery/Title IX Compliance

Proposed Bill Would Impede Investigations and Clery/Title IX Compliance

College police chief explains how AB 1433 could make the justice system for California campus victims more cumbersome and less compliant with federal laws.

Physical Identity and Access Management Software Can Address Many Challenges

Policy based automation tools streamline processes, reduce costs, assure compliance and enhance security.

Miss. College Mistakenly Breaches Student Privacy

Mailing Gaffe Exposes Info of 18,700 U. of Va. Students

Read: 6 Steps to Writing a University Police FERPA Policy

6 Steps to Writing a University Police FERPA Policy

Here’s how the University of Texas System developed its Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act policy so its police officers and department share only appropriate student information.

N.C. Governor Signs Private College Police Records Bill

Attorneys, Media:  Campuses Illegally Shut Down Student Newspapers

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