Roughly 2,000 Chicago Public Schools students who participated in a free vision examination program may have had personal information compromised.
A Maricopa County Community College District data breach that affected millions of individuals has ended up costing the education system millions of dollars more.
Matthew Calicchio pleaded not guilty on Saturday to illegally accessing Sachem School District computer networks and posting information about students on an online forum.
Roughly 15,000 students in Sachem School District in Long Island may have had personal data compromised when information was posted to a local online forum.
The planned event, called "Waking Shark II," marks the second year the city of London had participated in the security preparedness exercises.
The HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) certification program was introduced on Monday.
College and university networks were 300 percent more likely to contain malware than government organizations and enterprises, a cloud security firm found after analyzing its network of millions.
A new survey on millennials' attitudes showed that, among those interested in careers in IT security, far more were young men than young women.
A school district in New Hampshire needed to enable its students and faculty to use mobile devices wirelessly, while retaining security and performance control over its network.
Nearly 300 students at a Los Angeles high school found a way to "hack" iPads issued by their school district, allowing them to bypass the security lock on the devices.
An Atlius University employee was fired after an email containing personal data on nearly 200 enrollees was inadvertently sent to a student.
The Pushdo malware detects when users are running a malware monitoring tool called FakeNet, and goes on to spam the site, researchers found.
Thousands of students are at risk after a spreadsheet containing their personal information was inadvertently attached to a campus-wide email sent out by the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Health information and Social Security numbers are among data that may have been compromised for faculty, staff and students in an Emory University data breach.
Tens of thousands of staffers and students may have had personal information compromised after an unauthorized person dodged network security and gained access to a Ferris State University database.
Boston Public School students had data compromised when an ID card vendor lost a flash drive containing the student information.
The 22-year-old had pleaded guilty to using keyloggers to steal student passwords and vote on their behalf.
More than 72,000 employees of the University of Delaware had personal information compromised in an attack that was attributable to a vulnerability in software from a third-party.
Health records for 2,000 Fairfax County public school students could be exposed after a laptop was stolen from a school nurse's vehicle.
Stanford University officials urge network users to change passwords in the wake of a potential data breach.
Nearly 20,000 University of Virginia students were affected when Social Security numbers were mistakenly printed on mailing address labels.
Personal information for nearly 500 upcoming Page High School seniors in North Carolina was accidentally sent to the parent of a student.
But the debate over the value of information security awareness programs and exercises in the workplace continues.
A laptop stolen from the University of South Carolina's physics and astronomy department contained names, email addresses, and Social Security numbers of students.
A former student, who previously pleaded guilty to hacking compromising university computers, is accused of downloading the unencrypted personal data of students on a thumb drive.
The sensitive information of several thousand individuals training to become Florida teachers was inadvertently made available online by a university that was handling the data.
Robust growth in the information security profession is a sign of economic health in the overall economy, according to a new report from (ISC)2. And personnel skilled in emerging technologies and security as a business will be the ones who excel.
An unencrypted hard drive was lost at the Quebec office of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
Rodney Dangerfield couldn't get any respect, and neither can CISOs, who still struggle for recognition within the C-suite. But ignore them at your own risk, says Deven Bhatt, CISO for WEX.
If we want the best minds, we can no longer look to only half the population, says Karen Purcell.