Risk Management


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British Universities Respond to New Security Risks from COVID-19

Security and safety teams are adapting rapidly to new risks.

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University of Alabama Among Universities Creating Safety Plans For Reopening Campuses

Before students and staff can return after COVID-19 campus closures, administrators must consider factors such as testing, PPE and enhanced cleaning procedures.

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Facing Coronavirus Growing Pains, California School Districts Confront Cybersecurity Breaches

In Berkeley, administrators are addressing an explicit “Zoombombing” incident as Oakland acknowledges a public leak of Google Classroom sites and Zoom meeting passwords.

A Vital Role

A Vital Role

From a campus security management standpoint, the safety and security of students, staff, faculty and visitors should be top of mind for administrators and security staff alike.

How Integrated Systems Benefit Campuses

How Integrated Systems Benefit Campuses

Campus security requires a delicate balance of securing critical components such as patients, students, intellectual property or pharmaceuticals, yet provides an open and welcoming environment to its numerous and diverse visitors.

Can a Public Entrance also be Secure?

Can a Public Entrance also be Secure?

When considering security at a main entrance it is worth mentioning the impact and liability from crime.

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Connecticut Student Charged with Computer Crimes For 'Zoombombing’ Virtual Classroom

The teenager was able to disrupt multiple online classes, leading the Madison, Conn. school district to suspend its use of Zoom, the video conferencing software.

New York City Bans Schools From Using Zoom Following Harassment Campaigns Targeting Classrooms

The FBI issued a warning to schools about the videoconferencing software, which was abused by online trolls "Zoombombing" classes and meetings with racist language and other actions.



D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser

D.C. City Leaders Work To Keep Students Safe During School Closures

With schools and virtually all youth programming closed through late April, some D.C. violence prevention workers concerned about the possibility for kids to get into trouble.

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As Hospitals, Nursing Homes Battle Coronavirus, Security Companies Offer Assistance With Cybersecurity Attacks

Ransomware attacks tend to spike in spring and summer months, creating a “near-perfect storm” for hackers to disrupt patient care.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - March April 2021

    March / April 2021

    Featuring:

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    • High Rates of Self Harm
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    • CARES Act 2: Large, but Still Insufficient

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