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Security & Privacy


Ingersoll Rand Offers Security Funding Help

Schools and districts seeking grants to cover the cost of upgrades to their security infrastructure can get help from a global company that sells multiple security products.

Dobbs Ferry School District Launches Anonymous Reporting Service

New York's Dobbs Ferry School District has added anonymous alert functionality to its existing alerts services, allowing individuals to anonymously report information that they may otherwise be uncomfortable conveying.

Omnilert Enhances Emergency Alert Offerings with SMS Inbox

Omnilert has released an SMS Inbox feature for its e2campus and Amerilert emergency alert systems.

ForeScout and AirWatch Tackle BYOD Together

Two network management companies have teamed up to create an approach that lets customers combine network access with mobile device management.

Android Malware Crosses Over to Windows via USB

A new piece of malware discovered by Kapersky Lab uses smart phones to install malware onto Windows-based PCs.

Homer Community School Implements Web Based Incident Management and Prevention Platform

Homer Community School, a small rural school district in Nebraska, has launched a new Web-based incident management and prevention system intended to help reduce crime and other concerning behaviors.

Absolute Software Demos K-12 Product Suite at FETC

Absolute Software, a provider of persistent endpoint security, management, and service solutions for computer, tablet, and smartphone devices, is at the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC) in Orlando, FL this week to demonstrate its suite of products for K-12 schools.

ContentKeeper Launches Secure Internet Gateway at FETC

ContentKeeper Technologies is formally launching its Secure Internet Gateway today at the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC) 2013.

Status Solutions Introduces Emergency Alerting as a Service for K-12 Schools

An application that sends alerts when a user touches a "panic button" or by some other event is now being offered as a subscription for K-12 environments.

Avast Offers Freebie Endpoint Protection to Schools

To gain traction in the enterprise cyber security market, an endpoint security company has begun granting free licenses for its software to education organizations.

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