School Security
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Security Spotlight

  • Flipping the Switch on Mobile Security

    East Grand Rapids Public Schools in Michigan has taken a novel approach to mobile computing, one that has required a novel approach to wireless security. The district encourages students to bring their own devices to school and use them in their classes.More

School Security News & Issues

  • Colorado District Trains Principals on 2-Way Radios

    Pueblo County School District 70 in Colorado has launched a training program for all staff that will enable them to use two-way radios with first responders, including police, fire, emergency medical, emergency management, and other special rescue teams.More
  • California District To Roll Out Surveillance, Access Control

    Napa Valley Unified School District in California is looking to create a maximum security ambience for its newest high school, currently under construction. The district is in the process of deploying surveillance and access control solutions for the school (American Canyon High School), which is set to open in fall 2010.More
  • TouchMate To Release Visitor Management System

    TouchMate Interactive Solutions has announced SchoolDefender, a visitor registration system for K-12 environments that uses an interactive touch-screen kiosk to register school visitors, then generates a stick-on badge that shows the name and picture of the visitor, what areas of the school the person may visit, and when the badge expires.More
  • Columbus City Schools Switches to Global Connect for Notification

    Columbus City Schools in Ohio will be implementing a new parent notification system from Global Connect.More
  • Panda Security, Against Intuition Offer Free 'Web of Trust' Browser Addon

    Panda Security and Against Intuition have teamed up to offer a co-branded version of WOT, and addon that warns Internet users about risky Web sites that may be guilty of online scams, identity theft, spyware, spam, and insecure commerce practicesMore