Tags Internet of Things (IoT)

University develops timer-based encryption to secure device data

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

A research team at Washington University in St. Louis is using self-destructing chips with tiny timers to improve data encryption.

Purdue students cause traffic. City asks if they can solve it.

by Emily Bamforth • 7 months ago

West Lafayette, Indiana's population spikes when class is in session, so the city is throwing a challenge.

U. Missouri to develop cyber brain for 'smart' devices

by Emily Bamforth • 8 months ago

Researchers plan to develop an add-on device to monitor attacks and adapt to emerging threats against "internet of things" devices.

Texas A&M website tells students which devices to bring to campus this fall

by Emily Bamforth • 10 months ago

Instead of scanning individual department pages for minimum technology requirements, students can now answer a survey to receive guidelines.

This wristband vibrates if you break social distancing rules

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

Teams at the University of Florida are developing new kinds of wristbands and face masks designed to keep users safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Why teachers are essential to building a secure 'internet of things'

by Betsy Foresman • 3 years ago

Even digital natives need help understanding the security and privacy implications of their devices, Cisco's Edna Conway told a conference audience.

School bus tracking app helps parents monitor student safety

by Betsy Foresman • 3 years ago

Real-time tracking software will soon help parents stay in closer contact with their children coming and going from school in one Louisiana district.

How an Austin school district is preparing for VR, IoT and everything in-between

by Ryan Johnston • 3 years ago

Kevin Schwartz of Austin Independent School District says educators are building success on keeping an open mind when it comes to new technologies.

How to minimize IoT risks on education networks

by Jeff Jennings • 3 years ago

Commentary: Connected devices are risky, but Fortinet's Jeff Jennings says education IT teams can take a few simple steps to protect themselves.