FTC sues homework aide Chegg over multiple data breaches

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by Lindsay McKenzie

An Educause survey found 30% of colleges and university networks give all staff and faculty users administrative privileges.

by Benjamin Freed

IBM said there are now 20 historically Black colleges and universities where it's opened cybersecurity training facilities.

by Benjamin Freed

As financially motivated attacks get easier to carry out, more universities are entering entering the crosshairs, CrowdStrike says.

by EdScoop Staff

David Capps, a former technology official at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will oversee cybersecurity at the University of Colorado.

by Lindsay McKenzie

A denial-of-service attack paralyzed a single sign-on service used by universities just as students return to campus.

by Benjamin Freed

College students are prime targets for online scammers and other criminals, New York State officials said in a consumer alert.

by Emily Bamforth

Gov. Ned Lamont's said six private colleges and the state university system will grants from the state's Tech Tech Accelerator program.

by Emily Bamforth

College of the Desert, near Palm Springs, has not said whether outages occurred because of malicious activity.

by Colin Wood

Napa Valley College, a community college in Northern California, has been struggling with a ransomware attack for more than two weeks.

by Emily Bamforth

Nonprofit Cyber.org expanded its cybersecurity education week to National Cybersecurity Education Month, in hopes of boosting collaboration.

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