Privacy

Read: Zoom Rolls Out End-to-End Encryption

Zoom Rolls Out End-to-End Encryption

End-to-end encryption is being offered to better secure the platform after it experienced security issues.

Read: CHS/Community Health Systems to Pay $5M for Data Breach

CHS/Community Health Systems to Pay $5M for Data Breach

The settlement is over a 2014 data breach that affected approximately 6.1 million patients in 28 states.

Read: COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

The coronavirus’ effects on campus policing encompasses everything from recruiting to training to procedures to privacy concerns to new equipment and more.

Read: What We Know So Far About the Universal Health Systems Ransomware Attack

What We Know So Far About the Universal Health Systems Ransomware Attack

The company said the ransomware attack has forced its facilities to revert to using offline processes and documentation methods.

Read: Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

During the Zoom bombing incident, a man exposed himself to students taking a class at a middle school.

Read: Hackers Publish Student Data When Las Vegas Schools Refuse to Pay Ransom

Hackers Publish Student Data When Las Vegas Schools Refuse to Pay Ransom

The release of information is an escalation in tactics by hackers taking advantage of school districts relying on distance learning during the pandemic.

Read: Average Cost of Data Breach in Healthcare Industry Hit $7.13 Million in 2020

Average Cost of Data Breach in Healthcare Industry Hit $7.13 Million in 2020

The average cost for a healthcare data breach is 84% more than the global average.

Read: More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

The letter is a part of a new effort by Fight for the Future, the digital rights group behind BanFacialRecognition.com that will specifically focus on K-12 schools.

Read: SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

The Security Industry Association says all technology, including facial recognition, must only be used in a lawful, ethical and nondiscriminatory fashion.

Read: Body Temperature Scanning Systems 101: Here’s Your Technology Primer

Body Temperature Scanning Systems 101: Here’s Your Technology Primer

Body temperature scanning systems are cropping up left and right as a response to COVID-19 restrictions, but how can a campus determine which one is right for their organization?

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