Student Data

Read: Digital Hall Passes: Pros, Cons and Student Privacy Concerns

Digital Hall Passes: Pros, Cons and Student Privacy Concerns

Striking a balance between autonomy and safety is one of the challenges of digital hall passes, but it can be accomplished.

Read: 6 Ways College Students Can Protect Their Data from Cyber Criminals

6 Ways College Students Can Protect Their Data from Cyber Criminals

College students are often easy targets for cyber criminals and campus leaders should educate new students about the dangers starting day one.

Read: Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Students who identify as LGBTQIA+ report feeling slightly more stressed about going home for the holidays.

Read: U.S. School Shooting Statistics: Data on Incidents, Shooter Warning Signs

U.S. School Shooting Statistics: Data on Incidents, Shooter Warning Signs

Analyzing school shooting statistics, including those gathered from averted incidents, provides valuable insights into the nature of the threat and how to prevent it.

Read: Vice Society Claims Ransomware Attack Against Cincinnati State College

Vice Society Claims Ransomware Attack Against Cincinnati State College

An FAQ page on the college’s website includes information like how to securely apply to the school or sign up for classes until all systems are restored.

Read: 67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

However, there are 23.5 million K-12 students who still need improved internet access to maximize digital learning.

Read: Hackers Leak LAUSD Data After Refusal to Pay Ransomware

Hackers Leak LAUSD Data After Refusal to Pay Ransomware

LAUSD Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said he doesn’t think employee data was leaked but that he is “less certain” about student data.

Read: A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

Central State University police developed a K-9 therapy program and opened a food and hygiene pantry to support students’ mental and physical health.

Read: TimelyMD Partners with California Community Colleges to Offer 24/7 Telehealth

TimelyMD Partners with California Community Colleges to Offer 24/7 Telehealth

TimelyMD has partnered with over 150 college campuses to provide students with around-the-clock medical and mental telehealth support.

Read: 30% of K-12 School Districts Don’t Have Cloud Security, Survey Finds

30% of K-12 School Districts Don’t Have Cloud Security, Survey Finds

Although 94% of K-12 districts use cloud platforms, 50% either don’t have a cloud security platform or don’t know whether or not one exists.

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