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03/04/2021
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Rochester Institute of Technology gets $3M for cyber range

The Rochester Institute of Technology on Wednesday announced a $3.3 million in-kind gift from IBM to enhance the capabilities and workforce development programs at the Upstate New York school’s cyber range. The donation, which will take the form of software, IBM’s consulting services and access to curriculum and software licenses, will help RIT build out its Global Cybersecurity Institute. It will also allow the school model its cyber range after an IBM site in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that offers the computing giant’s customers to practice their cybersecurity skills in lifelike simulations of ransomware and other cyberattacks. Benjamin Freed has the details.


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Some students prefer online education

Despite varying reports of universities' online offerings during the pandemic, a survey published Thursday by BestColleges.com found that nearly three quarters of students preferred the online learning format to traditional in-person education. Colin Wood has more.


University tours hit the small screen

Prospective students — or just curious TV viewers — can now take tours of universities like Arizona State University and the Florida Institute of Technology by watching a new series on Amazon Prime Video. “The College Tour” takes viewers on a journey that “tells the story of colleges and universities around the world." Learn more about the new series.


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Security strategies to protect K-12 school districts from modern threats

In the rush to support remote learning during the pandemic response, K-12 school districts had to put expediency ahead of security. Cloud security specialist Sunny Suneja discusses what district leaders should now consider to ensure student and teacher data is protected with remote and hybrid learning environments. Read more from the expert.


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