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On cybersecurity, educational institutions have a people problem

by Betsy Foresman • 4 weeks ago

Inside cultures that are designed to be collaborative and open, IT leaders are struggling to corral their users and educate faculty on network risks.

Phishing scam exposes personal, medical information at central California school districts

by Betsy Foresman • 1 month ago

Phishing emails to employees at several school districts in Monterey County, California, have exposed Social Security numbers and medical records.

How Oklahoma U. protects 80,000 email accounts from the dark web

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

A new piece of software is allowing the school's security analysts to catch compromised accounts automatically — before they hit the black market.

Phishing attacks challenging teachers, says Utah ed director

by Colin Wood • 3 months ago

Training will shift away from basics like password safety and toward modern cyberthreats, says Central Utah Educational Services director.

Hacker steals personal data of 500,000 San Diego Unified students

by Ryan Johnston • 4 months ago

The school district says it has identified a possible culprit and a criminal investigation is underway.

Higher ed particularly at risk of email phishing attacks, report finds

by Patience Wait • 1 year ago

Eighty-eight percent of colleges and universities fail to protect students, faculty, alumni, staff, according to marketing and analytics company 250ok.

Understanding unified threat management for higher education

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Commentary: How UTM helps create a balance between functionality and security, without draining resources.

Five steps to fighting ransomware attacks against schools

by Joe Kim • 2 years ago

Commentary: How can university IT teams prevent the next WannaCry? Educate, patch, modernize, plan and invest.

A security breach is coming to your school. Are you ready?

by Richard W. Walker • 2 years ago

CoSN panelists ponder the rising cybersecurity challenges facing schools today.

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