Network Security

Read: The Worst Cyber Attacks of 2019

The Worst Cyber Attacks of 2019

These big data breaches had expensive consequences. Is your organization adequately protecting itself?

Read: With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

Microsoft will soon stop supporting Windows 7, which poses risks for unpatched and insecure network devices. Is your campus addressing this vulnerability?

Read: How Campuses Can Stream Robust and Reliable Wireless Video via WiFi

How Campuses Can Stream Robust and Reliable Wireless Video via WiFi

The latest WiFi technology can provide secure, reliable video surveillance throughout a large area and quickly deliver a cost-effective, cable-free solution.

Read: DCH Hospital System Pays Off Hackers for Ransomware Decrpytion Key

DCH Hospital System Pays Off Hackers for Ransomware Decrpytion Key

Three facilities in Alabama and several in Australia have been impacted by this latest round of ransomware.

Read: Dell School Security Solutions

Dell School Security Solutions

Dell Technologies Account Executive Vince Ricco explains how Dell can protect K-12 and college campuses.

Read: Stanley Unveils Campus Security Predictive Maintenance Solution

Stanley Unveils Campus Security Predictive Maintenance Solution

New offering detects and diagnoses campus security system problems, as well as recommends fixes.

Read: 10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

10 Cybersecurity Travel Tips For The Holidays

Officials with access to sensitive information should keep these ten cybersecurity travel tips in mind to ensure a breach-free holiday season.

Read: Nationwide Bomb Threat Hoax Underscores Need for Print Data Security

Nationwide Bomb Threat Hoax Underscores Need for Print Data Security

Simply relying on building security or network security may not be enough to protect your printers from being compromised.

Read: Verizon to Build Dedicated Network for Public Safety, First Responders

Verizon to Build Dedicated Network for Public Safety, First Responders

Verizon says its new private network will complement existing services such as push-to-talk and will offer priority access to first responders.

Read: ‘Devil’s Ivy’ Vulnerability Could Affect Millions of IoT Devices

‘Devil’s Ivy’ Vulnerability Could Affect Millions of IoT Devices

The so-called ‘Devil’s Ivy’ exploit was found while researching IP-based video surveillance cameras.

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