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Read: 3 Reasons Your Security Budget Is Going to Be Cut

3 Reasons Your Security Budget Is Going to Be Cut

Not aligning with your organization’s mission is just one way you could be jeopardizing your security department’s resources.

Read: Kansas Technical College to Appeal $72,500 Security Report Fine

Kansas Technical College to Appeal $72,500 Security Report Fine

A Kansas technical college was fined for providing inadequate security information in its annual security report.

See What K-12 Security Experts Will Present at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.

The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

Read: How to Select the Right Electronic Security Software For Your Campus

How to Select the Right Electronic Security Software For Your Campus

If you’ve decided to move your electronic security system from analog to digital, consider systems that interoperate.

Read: Paths to Integrating Campus Electronic Security Systems

Paths to Integrating Campus Electronic Security Systems

An electronic security migration plan will ensure organizations transitioning from analog to digital select systems that interoperate. A good plan will also help to evaluate the infrastructure used to support the technology.

Read: Referendum to Improve School Safety Defeated in New Jersey

Referendum to Improve School Safety Defeated in New Jersey

A referendum for proposed safety upgrades to a school district in New Jersey was defeated by residents who would’ve largely funded the project through taxes.

Hundreds of Ohio Schools Do Not Have Updated Safety Plans

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