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Read: Missouri District Cancels Classes Due to Malware Attack

Missouri District Cancels Classes Due to Malware Attack

The attack took down the district’s critical systems. The schools were forced to close because the affected systems could impact safety.

Read: FBI: Beware of PYSA Ransomware Targeting Schools and Higher Education

FBI: Beware of PYSA Ransomware Targeting Schools and Higher Education

The FBI is warning K-12 schools and colleges about the rise of PYSA ransomware attacks targeting campuses in 12 states in the U.S. and in the U.K.

Read: UPDATE: Hackers Responsible for Verkada Breach Viewed Sandy Hook School Cameras

UPDATE: Hackers Responsible for Verkada Breach Viewed Sandy Hook School Cameras

Hackers accessed Verkada cameras in Tesla factories and warehouses, Cloudflare offices, Equinox gyms, hospitals, jails, schools and police stations.

Read: Penn State Police Investigate 2 ‘Zoom Bombings’

Penn State Police Investigate 2 ‘Zoom Bombings’

Campus officials say the attacks were racially motivated and follow a previous incident involving 51 Zoom bombers who uttered racist and homophobic slurs.

Read: Alcatraz AI’s Information SMS Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

Alcatraz AI’s Information SMS Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

The Rock, Alcatraz’s Information Security Management System, replaces or supplements badging credentials with facial recognition, 3D sensing and AI.

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: This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This group is more likely to reuse passwords for work, a sign of bad password management practices.

Read: Campus COVID Planning for Spring 2021: Don’t Let Your Guard Down

Campus COVID Planning for Spring 2021: Don’t Let Your Guard Down

Although COVID-19 vaccines have begun to arrive, universities must continue to innovate and address the pandemic that will continue to pose problems for many months.

Read: U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

Campuses and communities are now faced with addressing the logistics, security and privacy challenges associated with the vaccine rollout, as well as a hesitancy by some to be vaccinated.

Read: Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data

Researchers Say Dozens of GE Medical Devices Could Expose Patient Data

The vulnerable devices are used for CT scans, MRIs, mammograms, ultrasounds and positron emission tomography.

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