How Cybercrime Impacted Education in 2021

According to a report in The Journal, as of early August, more than 60% of parents were hesitant to send their children back to school this fall due to a large uptick in pediatric COVID-19 […]

Cybercrime on Campus: How Education Became Attackers’ Biggest Target

At the core of educational philosophy is the idea that no two schools (or students) are alike. But regardless of differences in location, revenue or grade level, educational institutions are increasingly facing a common problem: […]

COVID-19 Ushers in a New Era of Cybersecurity

As colleges and universities approach the fall semester, COVID-19 has complicated cybersecurity measures. This semester, higher-ed institutions around the world have struggled to keep up with the digital demands of remote learning. As these organizations […]

E-rate Funding 2020: Use It or Lose It?

The new FCC Report & Order on the U.S. government’s E-rate rules of engagement for 2020 and beyond are here. And it includes some critical E-rate funding changes that could impact current K-12 budgets. First, […]

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Focuses on Protecting Digital Identities, Being Accountable for Online Safety

The 16th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) begins today, but this year with a new emphasis: you. Every October, the National Cyber Security Alliance collaborates with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) to launch […]

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