Nevada launches programs for high school girls to find careers in cybersecurity.
Following an incident in September, safety and security administration at Auburn University are beefing up security on campus transit.
On the morning of Oct. 5, someone placed anonymous telephone calls to four high schools in Springfield, Ill., claiming in each call that that there was a bomb in the school and that everyone needed to get out of the building.
The request comes after the escape of a psychiatric patient from the facility in November.
The gunman was the only person injured and no shots were fired inside the hospital.
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The mass shooting at a South Texas church during services Sunday has many churches across the country reevaluating their security.
The standard campus entry policy at the front desk did not deter him.
About four years ago, the campus suffered a rash of car break-ins that unnerved faculty and students. In the wake of the crimes, school administrators decided to install a network of video surveillance cameras to augment its security program.
With so much of today’s technology relying more and more on the Internet of Things, it does not make sense for schools—or any organization— to invest in a system that can’t connect and integrate with various systems and technologies.