Tags Michigan State University

Scantron machines and old treadmills: How colleges handle unwanted tech

by Lindsay McKenzie

Antiquated and unwanted tech is piling up on university campuses, but not all is bound for the trash heap.

How university CIOs push experience gains with modernization

by EdScoop Staff

On Cutting EDge, Michigan State CIO Melissa Woo and Virginia Tech CIO Scott Midkiff say better user experience is a big reason to modernize.

Michigan State ransomware attack showed need for connection between IT teams

by Emily Bamforth

A report on a 2020 ransomware incident revealed a lack of communication between Michigan State's main IT office and a department's internal team.

Michigan State launches VR app to fight unconscious bias

by Jake Williams

The app helps users recognize racism and unconscious bias to help support diversity, equity and inclusion.

COVID-19 resurgence forces colleges to change reopening plans yet again

by Betsy Foresman

Record breaking infection rates and expected holiday travel have forced colleges and universities to reevaluate their plans to resume in-person activity.

Michigan State hires new CISO as cyberattacks spike

by Betsy Foresman

Tom Siu, who served 14 years as chief information security officer for Case Western Reserve University, now heads IT security operations for MSU.

Malware skimmed credit card numbers from Michigan State's online shop

by Colin Wood

Code embedded in an official university website selling Spartan-branded sweatshirts and mugs compromised financial information of about 2,600 customers.

NetWalker ransomware continues streak of college attacks

by Benjamin Freed

The University of California, San Francisco and Columbia College in Chicago were hit by the same malware that recently targeted Michigan State University.

Michigan State hit by ransomware threatening leak of student and financial data

by Benjamin Freed

A blog associated with the NetWalker malware posted screenshots of file directories and a student's passport, saying the files will be published if a ransom is not paid.

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