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Read: 62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

Hackers were able to create thousands of fake accounts that were used ‘almost immediately for criminal activity,’ officials said.

Read: Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Here are 10 times K-12 schools, universities and hospitals made campus security mistakes. We also sprinkled in some examples of effective campus security.

Read: Concealed Carry Laws and Permit Numbers by State

Concealed Carry Laws and Permit Numbers by State

As concealed carry on campus continues to be a controversial topic, here’s a breakdown of common terminology, laws, requirements and permits issued by state.

Read: University of Central Florida Installs License Plate Readers

University of Central Florida Installs License Plate Readers

Under a new policy, effective July 1, all vehicles on the Orlando campus will also be required to park nose-in and plate-out.

Read: Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

In the state of Alabama, most colleges oppose the law. Some lawmakers contend that student safety could be hindered because controversial speech that is not limited to free speech zones may lead to violence.

Read: Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

The Peralta (Calif.) Community College District’s board of trustees rejected a multi-million-dollar police services contract.

Read: UNM Considers Building Fence Around Entire Campus

UNM Considers Building Fence Around Entire Campus

Students are worried about their safety on campus, especially at night, because it is open and easy for the public to access.

Read: Machete-Wielding Man Shot  by Jefferson State Campus Police

Machete-Wielding Man Shot by Jefferson State Campus Police

The suspect was seen carrying a machete onto the college campus and was shot by campus police before he could hurt anyone.

Read: Drone Drops Hate Speech Leaflets Over Sacramento State

Drone Drops Hate Speech Leaflets Over Sacramento State

The leaflets, which were were dropped over the sold out “Bites on the Bridge” event had swastikas and called out the media for being “the enemy.”

Read: Marshall University Implements Mobile ID Cards, Payments

Marshall University Implements Mobile ID Cards, Payments

The mobile IDs allow students, staff and faculty to enter buildings, access dining plans, buy items at the bookstore and print documents.

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