Posted in

Industry Update

U.S. Dept. of Education Investigating LSU for Possible Clery Act Violations

(Exerpts from Campus Safety News) Louisiana State University (LSU) is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education regarding how the school reported and investigated Clery Act Education Department officials wrote to interim LSU President Tom Galligan on Feb. 2 notifying him that they were opening an investigation and that…

CISA: HPH Cyber Threat Insights, Ransomware Reduction Campaign

(Excerpts from Health IT Security News) The Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency recently unveiled a campaign designed to tackle ransomware risks and threats across the US. Earlier, CISA shared insights on healthcare and public health sector threats amid the COVID-19 response. Across all sectors, but…

NCAA Rolls Out Plan for March Madness Bubble

(Excerpts from Inside Higher Ed News) The March Madness tournament, which includes 67 Division I college men’s basketball games, will take place in one “controlled environment” in and around Indianapolis, the National Collegiate Athletic Association announced Monday. The association, which is headquartered in the Indiana city, decided in Novemberto downsize the…

UC Berkeley to Pay $2.35 M Clery Fine

(Excerpts from Campus Safety Article) The University of California (UC) Berkeley and U.S. Department of Education came to a settlement agreement on September 9 regarding the school’s violation of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The university will pay a $2.35 million…

Pulling the Plug on Fall Sports

(Excerpts from Inside Higher Ed Article) The Big Ten and Pac-12, which include powerhouse and profitable Division I football teams such as Ohio State and Pennsylvania State Universities and the Universities of Oregon and California, Berkeley, announced on Aug. 11 that fall sports competition will be on pause until…

University of Michigan Grapples with Claims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

(Excerpt from Campus Safety News Article) UM officials believe that Dr. Robert Anderson, who worked at the school from the mid-1960s through 2003, sexually assaulted athletes during routine physicals and injury exams. The alleged assaults came to light in 2018 when a former UM wrestler sent a letter to…