Mainframes, Freight Trains and Education Pains

Rocket Software

Programmers should influence our educational institutions. You’re tapping into the vein of what those forward-thinking educators want. The post Mainframes, Freight Trains and Education Pains appeared first on The Rocket Software Blog. By David Robertson , guest blogger.

Data breaches grow across UK education sector

IT Governance

A recent freedom of information request by chartered accountants UHY Hacker Young reveals a worrying rise in reported data breaches across the UK education sector. The GDPR requires organisations to take reasonable steps to protect their data, but with competing priorities and limited budgets, this can be challenging for the education sector – which makes for a particularly attractive target, as institutions typically also hold large amounts of sensitive data.

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Why consumer education is needed in the digital insurance age

DXC

The post Why consumer education is needed in the digital insurance age appeared first on DXC Blogs. An explosion of technology innovation over the last several years has created digital-savvy consumers and digital-empowered employees.

DXC Bulgaria helps local families access remote education

DXC

The post DXC Bulgaria helps local families access remote education appeared first on DXC Blogs. To help provide home-based schooling during the Covid-19 pandemic, DXC Bulgaria has donated more than 325 laptops and Internet service to local families in need.

How education technology drives equal learning in special education curriculum

Jamf

In part two of our three-part blog series, we examine iPad’s role in special education curriculum Sewanhaka Central High School District is doing incredible things with their iPad program.

Government surveying further education providers before Brexit

IT Governance

The latest guidance from the government will assess the way further education providers are preparing for the UK’s departure from the EU, and it’s currently running a survey to get input from those looking for advice. The education sector has struggled with the GDPR since it came into effect in May 2018, partly because many schools and colleges lack the resources to deal with information security and partly because they handle so much personal data.

Sign up for the new education sector email updates

IT Governance

To support the wider education sector with data protection and cyber security, we are launching a sector specific email newsletter and blog series. The newsletter will highlight our latest blogs as well as guidance and information about relevant new products and services, featured experts and a ‘your questions answered’ section. More about our education sector products and services.

Newcastle University becomes latest ransomware victim as education sector fails to heed warnings

IT Governance

This incident is the latest in a long line of cyber attacks on the education sector. It followed August’s ransomware attack on the education administrator Blackbaud , in which students’ phone numbers, donation history and events attendance were all compromised.

Fixing Data Breaches Part 1: Education

Troy Hunt

I'm going to do that in a five-part, public blog series over the course of this week. Let's get started with one I raised multiple times whilst sitting in front of Congress - education. In this case, "worst" is seriously bad news because the blog post also shows how to connect to the database with the sa account (i.e. "god Education is the Best ROI on Security Spend. Finally, education is so cost effective because you leverage it over and over again.

Why has there been increase in cyber risks for the education sector?

IT Governance

The coronavirus pandemic has arguably affected the education sector more than any other, with schools, colleges and universities around the globe having been forced to close their doors and deliver classes remotely. The post Why has there been increase in cyber risks for the education sector?

Infosec Education: What are the “right” credentials?

ShackF00

The caveat: Higher education has a ton of value. As usual, Daniel Miessler has done a far better job than I ever could really nailing down this issue – check out his blog here for more information, which is really a good (short) read. Well, the infosec community has done it again. We’ve gotten good and riled about something, with (maybe) good reason.

SecurityAffairs awarded as Best European Cybersecurity Technical Blog

Security Affairs

I’m proud to announce that SecurityAffairs was awarded as Best European Cybersecurity Technical Blog at European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards. The post SecurityAffairs awarded as Best European Cybersecurity Technical Blog appeared first on Security Affairs.

Love Our Blog? The Blog Loves You Too!: eDiscovery Love Story

eDiscovery Daily

But, this is an eDiscovery blog, so let me take this opportunity to “spread some love” to all of you who read the blog every day (or at least many days) and help spread that love to others! We’ve seen quite a few blogs come and go during that time (or at least go dormant).

When STEM education is inclusive, everyone benefits

CGI

When STEM education is inclusive, everyone benefits. Partnering to empower through STEM education. Blog moderation guidelines and term of use adrian.alleyne…. Wed, 03/20/2019 - 15:33. We’re going through a bit of a quiet revolution in the technology industry at the moment.

Guest Blog: Kay Steed, State Agency RMO

The Texas Record

We are excited to launch a new blog series featuring records management personnel in Texas sharing their experiences in the field. With the ever-changing workforce, educating new employees is a big challenge. Tips guest blog records management officer RMO State AgenciesLet us know if you would like to share your words of wisdom (or humor!) here on The Texas Record and be our next guest blogger.

The Sheriffs are in Town: Recent Developments in Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) Enforcement and Investor Education

Data Matters

FINRA’s warning highlights similar themes to the mock ICO website the SEC recently launched as part of an investor education initiative. Federal, state and self-regulatory agencies are focused on investor education and enforcement of securities laws related to token offerings, secondary trading platforms and mining operations. In the months following director William Hinman’s noteworthy speech on whether and when a digital asset is subject to securities laws, U.S.

Here’s an ACEDS Houston CLE Event You Can Attend No Matter Where You Are: eDiscovery Education

eDiscovery Daily

Sponsor: This blog is sponsored by CloudNine , which is a data and legal discovery technology company with proven expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation.

Blog Post: Saudi Vision 2030

Schneier on Security

Saudi Vision 2030 is a plan to reduce Saudi Arabia's dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop public service sectors such as health, education, infrastructure, recreation, and tourism. By David Gurteen I've just spent a few days in Riyadh where I gave a talk and run a Knowledge Café as part of a KM Forum entitled "Knowledge Management Utilization in Realizing Saudi Vision 2030" organized by the Naseej Academy.

University of Oregon to start new Records Management Program

IG Guru

Check out the link below for their blog post as well as link to project website. Education IG News Information Governance Record Retention Records Management Education News RIM and Universities University of Oregon

Reskilling IT workers for the cloud

DXC

The post Reskilling IT workers for the cloud appeared first on DXC Blogs. Cloud cloud education cloud skillsThe global job market has seen dramatic changes.

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Once Again, Florida is the Place to Be for eDiscovery Education in March: eDiscovery Best Practices

eDiscovery Daily

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) general credits, 2.0 Sponsor: This blog is sponsored by CloudNine , which is a data and legal discovery technology company with proven expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation. The post Once Again, Florida is the Place to Be for eDiscovery Education in March: eDiscovery Best Practices appeared first on CloudNine. I alluded to it last week, now I’ll discuss it in more depth.

GUEST ESSAY: Top 5 cyber exposures tied to the rising use of international remote workforces

The Last Watchdog

While she enjoys tackling topics across the technology space, she’s most passionate about educating readers on cybersecurity and Big Data. For technologists Guest Blog Post Privacy Top StoriesWhile every business needs to prioritize cybersecurity, doing so is becoming increasingly complicated. With many employees now working remotely, securing company data isn’t as straightforward as it used to be. Things get even more complicated if you have an international remote workforce.

GUEST ESSAY: Now more than ever, companies need to proactively promote family Online Safety

The Last Watchdog

Cybersecurity education for kids is therefore a smart investment. By taking a multi-generational approach to workforce security education programs, companies can strengthen their security postures to thrive in a changing landscape, while also supporting families. Cybersecurity education programs that target families are smart, cost-effective, and serve corporate goals. For workforce efforts, consider ways you can tie cyber education into your existing programs and channels.

NT Analyzer Blog Series: Why So Many Cookie Policies Are Broken, Part I – HTML5 LocalStorage

Data Protection Report

First, is the lack of education, even among privacy professionals, regarding arcane aspects of persistent browser storage that may trigger relevant privacy laws. Compliance and risk management Data breach NT Analyzer Blog Series NT Analyzer blog series PrivacyCookies Are One Piece of a Larger Puzzle.

When are schools required to report personal data breaches?

IT Governance

In this blog, we take a look at the scenarios in which data protection breaches in schools must be reported. appeared first on IT Governance UK Blog. Education EU GDPR #BreachReady Data breaches education GDPR gdpr.co.uk

OpenText World 2020—Are You Ready for the Great Rethink?

OpenText Information Management

Rethink the nature of humanity and the evolution of our species on every level: Economic, Societal, Technological, Individual, Environmental, Educational, Geopolitical, Industries. appeared first on OpenText Blogs. CEO Blog mark barrenechea CEO blog OpenText World OpenText World 2020

GUEST ESSAY: ‘Cybersecurity specialist’ tops list of work-from-home IT jobs that need filling

The Last Watchdog

The level of education you have is not a critical factor; training and ability are the keys. The educational requirements are variable, from high school completion through a bachelor’s degree, depending on the employer. If you can get a gigabit fiber line, consider it an investment in your education — and you’ll use it once you’re hired, too. For consumers For technologists Guest Blog Post Top Stories

GUEST ESSAY: A full checklist on how to spot pharming attacks — and avoid becoming a victim

The Last Watchdog

Keep yourself updated with the latest Pharming techniques used by cybercriminals by following the cybersecurity blogs , magazines, and news portal. He likes to educate people about the latest technological threats. Best Practices For consumers For technologists Guest Blog Post Top StoriesCybercriminals use various techniques for conducting cyberattacks. One such popular way to infiltrate a system is Pharming. It is an online scam attack quite similar to Phishing.

the friday art blog:The Mackenzie sisters

Archives Blogs

After the Pathfoot Building was shut in late March, the Art Collection began to produce several blog posts every week, which aimed at providing a broader and deeper insight into our collections, and into the history of the University.

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The Importance of Being Permanent

IG Guru

Business Education Records Management Sponsored Blog Permanent ZasioThe effect of the word permanent “is rarely pure and never simple”[1] when it comes to records management. In the post-GDPR world, how you interpret and implement the word “permanent” into your retention schedule—as either a long-term retention period[2] or a hardcopy format—could cost you significantly. The Association of Records Managers & Administrators (ARMA) defines a permanent […].

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Blog Series: Leading the cybersecurity jobs of the future

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

Since its inception, NCSAM has grown exponentially, reaching consumers, small and medium-sized business, corporations, educational institutions and young people across the nation. 8-12): Millions of Rewarding Jobs: Educating for a Career in Cybersecurity. Too often, the lack of a talent pipeline is blamed on our education system which doesn’t do enough to prepare or excite students for a future in cybersecurity.

The Importance of “Legacy” in Colleges and Universities

Rocket Software

He holds a doctorate in educational psychology, and master’s degrees in business, information systems, and economics. The post The Importance of “Legacy” in Colleges and Universities appeared first on The Rocket Software Blog. By Cameron Seay , guest blogger.

8 Management Certifications To Boost your RIM/IG Program and Career via VRC

IG Guru

Check out the latest blog post from VRC. AHIMA Archives ARMA Education ICRM IG News information privacy information security ISACA Privacy Records Management Sponsored CA CIPM CISM CISSP CRM IAPP IGP International Association of Privacy Professionals ISC2 PMI PMP RHIA

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Blog Series: Using Technology to Safeguard the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

In this blog post, I’ll discuss: Our current perimeter defense; The need to shift to a data-centric security approach; and, The need to educate the public to strengthen our critical infrastructure security posture. Education. The final step to safeguarding our nation’s critical infrastructure is to educate the workforce across the nation that operates and maintains this infrastructure about the importance of good cyber hygiene.

This Blog Post Will Not Be Automatically Deleted, But Your Instant Message Might Be: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

Sponsor: This blog is sponsored by CloudNine , which is a data and legal discovery technology company with proven expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation. eDiscovery Daily is made available by CloudNine solely for educational purposes to provide general information about general eDiscovery principles and not to provide specific legal advice applicable to any particular circumstance.

GUEST ESSAY: 5 steps for raising cyber smart children — who know how to guard their privacy

The Last Watchdog

The question isn’t whether we should educate children about online safety, but how we can best inspire them to learn to be thoughtful, careful, and safe in the cyber world for their lifetime. In my latest book, The Super Smart Cyber Guide for Kids , I combine educational narrative, conversation starters and fun activities to inspire children, while offering a guided teaching tool to adults. Best Practices For consumers Guest Blog Post Privacy Top Stories

Facial Recognition Cartoon Highlights Frustration with the Technology from Professor Daniel Solove

IG Guru

Professor Daniel Solove provides a great update on facial recognition technology in his latest blog post. Business Education IG News Information Governance information privacy information security Privacy Security Cartoon Daniel Solove Facial Recognition Teach Privacy

Data Governance Maturity and Tracking Progress

erwin

For a fully mature or “enhanced” data governance program, IT and the business need to take responsibility for selling the benefits of data governance across the enterprise and ensure all stakeholders are properly educated about it.

Welcoming a New Blog and a New Champ: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

I had never met Jim Gill before, but I have been a fan of his work on the Exterro blog. And, now – not surprisingly – ACEDS has announced a new blog called the ACEDS eDiscovery Voice! Good post and I look forward to more good posts in the new ACEDS blog. The post Welcoming a New Blog and a New Champ: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on CloudNine OK, I admit that only one of these topics is completely about eDiscovery – the other is somewhat about eDiscovery, sort of….

Lack of education is the leading cause of successful ransomware attacks

IT Governance

Poorly educated employees fall for the criminals’ scam, opening the attachment contained in the email only to unleash ransomware on their systems. If you want to prevent that from happening, you must commit to a culture of cyber security staff awareness and educate your employees on the threats they face. The post Lack of education is the leading cause of successful ransomware attacks appeared first on IT Governance Blog.