Rutgers hired three cybersecurity firms and plans to spend millions to protect its computer networks
Pace University's Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems received a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Facebook withdrew an internship offer from a Harvard student after her created an app to exploit a flaw in Facebook Messenger.
An amendment to the Every Child Achieves Act takes on cybersecurity education in an effort to address worker shortage.
A Canadian federal court will allow students more options to pursue damages in a class action lawsuit against the government.
End users in the education sector are twice as likely to be impacted by spyware and adware, and are equally as likely to visit malicious websites
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has announced its first DEF CON 23 Badge Hack Contest.
The Georgia Department of Education has named its Technology Management Director Levette Williams as chief privacy officer.
Purdue Polytechnic Indianapolis High School, set to open in Indianapolis, will focus curriculum on STEM and help inner city students prepare for college.
In the survey, 27 percent of kids aged 8 to 16 said they would meet, or have met, someone in person they first interacted with online.
Another bill aimed at protecting students' privacy has been presented to Congress.
The bill was introduced Wednesday with some revisions that would improve transparency regarding how student information is shared, used or sold.
Technology can't replace the value of online safety education, the key to keeping kids out of predators' paths, panelists shared.
Queens College found a solution to monitor activity and manage devices on its network, reports Greg Masters.
On Monday, Reps. Luke Messer and Jared Polis will reportedly introduce the legislation in the House.
A misstep by an IT employee of Canadian communications conglomerate Rogers Communications allowed the contractual information of 50-70 of the company's business customers to be exposed via Twitter.
Lynx will throw its support behind ICMCP's efforts to bring more minorities into cyber security by sponsoring fellowship.
Security certifications can land you a better job, but companies are also looking for people who can communicate and manage projects, reports Steve Zurier.
An ill-informed worker is a weak link that leaves a giant gap in your defenses, says SOHO Solutions VP Scott Aurnou.
Identity management has evolved rapidly over the past decade, says Jim Robell, president and COO, Eid Passport.
A Chicago-area high school found a solution to broaden its internet pipeline and maintain compliance, reports Greg Masters.
Authorities say that the 16-year-old Bartlett High School students in Illinois hacked into their school's computer system.
The grants, provided over the next five years, will support training at historically black colleges and universities.
McAfee Labs researchers will teach the class, covering malware, forensics, exploits and more.
A Georgia Tech student has been indicted after allegedly hacking into the University of Georgia computer network.
Mobile Devices has seen unprecedented growth since their introduction and now form an integral part of our daily lives. Yet, many Enterprises have not fully embraced mobile as part of their strategy because of too many unanswered questions.
The technology company launched a new dashboard to keep users aware of devices that are linked up to their accounts.
Jacob Mahonri Espinal hacked into his school's computer system to bring his grades up from academic probation status to straight As.
The Intel Security Digital Safety Program supports cybersecurity education among elementary school children.
Google has advised that Chrome will gradually sunset SHA-1 cryptography, which is used in the signing process of SSL certificates.
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