Security & Privacy


Avenda Adds Non-802.1x Agents to NAC Appliance Software

Avenda Systems will shortly be rolling out enhancements to eTIPS, its network access control appliance. Expected in early November 2010, the updates include OnGuard, a set of network access agents, and enhanced features in the company's guest management application.

Bloomington District Attacks Back with Plixer

Bloomington Public Schools, District 87, has gone public with its February 2009 implementation of a set of network tools it's using to keep its network secure.

Microsoft Releases Patch for ASP.NET Flaw

Microsoft released an "important" patch to address an information disclosure security vulnerability associated with ASP.NET systems.

Texas District Adds IP Video Management for Security and Ops

Water Valley Independent School District in Texas has adopted a new application for managing its IP video cameras. The district, which has 14 cameras, began working with Wren Solutions' Encapsulon Video this last summer.

Flaw Affecting ASP.NET Apps Now Being Exploited

Earlier this week, Microsoft published additional information about an ASP.NET flaw, which is now being exploited.

Radiant Logic Showcases New Tools for Virtual Directory Work

A company that sells a virtual identity server platform will shortly be releasing new Web-based programs that allow users to tap enterprise data through SharePoint and to link structured data stored in databases and other types of applications. Radiant Logic has launched ID-Connect and Context Browser to run on a new version of RadiantOne VDS Context Edition 5.3.

LanSchool 7.5 Expands Audio and Video Sharing

LanSchool Technologies has released LanSchool 7.5, an upgrade to the company's K-12 classroom management system.

Microsoft Releases 'Fix it' Help for DLL Security Flaw

Microsoft updated its security advisory this week concerning a dynamic link library issue and published a "Fix it" solution to help address the problem.

Lower Merion Staff Avoids Criminal Charges

Staff members at the Pennsylvania district accused of using Webcams built into its school laptops to take photos of a student in his home have been cleared of criminal conduct by the United States Attorney's Office.

Department of Ed Awards $28.8 Million in Emergency Management Grants

Ninety-eight school districts in 28 states have received two-year federal grants to pay for improvements to their emergency management plans.

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