Hackers steal admissions data from three colleges, offer sale to prospective students
Emails from "Diane Evergreen" are offering students a chance to see what their prospective colleges think of them, for the price of just $3,890.
Ransomware hits K-12 district in Connecticut
Bridgeport Public Schools has lost access to district data but has not said whether it will pay the ransom asked of its data's captors.
Ransomware knocks school district in Key West, Florida, offline for the week
Intermittent service outages since the attack was detected last Sunday have had minimal impact thanks to data backups, administrators say.
Understanding unified threat management for higher education
Commentary: How UTM helps create a balance between functionality and security, without draining resources.
How to battle the new form of ransomware targeting schools
Commentary: No need to panic. Just be prepared for cyberthreats.
Cyberthreats against schools grow as attackers look for ransom money, threaten students
K-12 districts nationwide are trying to stay vigilant against ransomware and the release of sensitive student data.
Five steps to fighting ransomware attacks against schools
Commentary: How can university IT teams prevent the next WannaCry? Educate, patch, modernize, plan and invest.
Students seen as increasingly capable of school hackings
Americans believe it would be "easy" for over half of high school and college students to carry out a cyberattack on schools and colleges, a recent Radware survey found.
Cloud company aims to create 'cyber-secure schools' with malware security solution
D-Zone allows education customers to see, in real-time, the malicious websites and activity blocked from their schools.