Grades, attendance records altered in Michigan high school hack
The district's superintendent has notified parents of students at Orchard Views High School that some academic data had been accessed and changed.
Special needs classes in West Virginia might get security cameras
A bill is advancing through the Capitol that would attempt to prevent and detect abuse of special needs students.
Software flaw allows Stanford students to view Social Security numbers, applications of other students
Standardized test scores, personal essays, home addresses, criminal status and financial aid information were also viewable.
Carnegie Mellon U. names new director of security and privacy institute
Lorrie Faith Cranor says she hopes to bring experts from different fields together to create a trusted technology environment.
Connecticut's self-service portal builds privacy into edtech
Vendors and district leaders are saving money, officials say, while teachers using edtech are freed from scanning legalese to protect student privacy.
Higher ed CIOs grapple with privacy, funding heading into 2019
EDUCAUSE's Susan Grajek sits down with EdScoop to talk over the recently-released top IT issues for higher education in 2019.
Data dominates in EDUCAUSE's top IT issues for 2019
Items from last year's list were dropped to make room for more facets of higher education's 'data journey.'
5 privacy considerations before trying new edtech in the classroom
Student privacy becomes less overwhelming when teachers consider a few key tips, says Susan M. Bearden of the Future of Privacy Forum.
5 critical guidelines for data privacy across school districts
How school superintendents can keep student data private in an accelerating tech market.