Senator asks DeVos to review FAFSA privacy protections
Citing concerns about information privacy in FAFSA, Sen. Ron Wyden is asking the Education secretary to implement stronger security controls.
Lyft to offer its drivers tuition discounts to online colleges
The ride-hailing company will partner with Guild Education, which works with institutions such as UC Berkeley and Georgia Tech.
Stanford official resigns after failing to disclose 2016 data breach
The breach, which was discovered by a student, included private employee information and details from student financial aid applications.
California colleges use machine learning to discard fake enrollment applications
California Community Colleges has been working with AWS to parse the 10,000 fake enrollment applications it receives each day, CTO says.
Online simulation lets Delaware students test drive a career in cybersecurity
State leaders hope the NSA Day of Cyber will cultivate student interest in cybersecurity careers.
With state grant, University of Central Arkansas takes first step toward cyber range
The grant will help pay for the first cyber range in Arkansas — specifically for students — and support a cybersecurity degree at the university.