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HOW LITTLE DATA BREACHES CAUSE BIG PROBLEMS FOR SCHOOLS

Posted By Donald R. Sallot, Wednesday, April 6, 2016

 

 

We are making great progress with school districts as related to our FERPA and HIPAA compliance SaaS Cloud subscription-based application that has been built identifying and managing potential liability risks.

 

IAPMS, a Web-Based SaaS Cloud subscription-based application that helps to support an educational institution's FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA compliance.

 

Strict state laws leave little room for error when it comes to securing student information.

 

Big Breaches

 

These days, schools across the country are being held to a rigorous legal standard for data security--one that leaves little room for error, but substantial room for legal liability. It's an age where a miss-sent e-mail with student data can represent enormous liabilities, and a lost laptop can cause concern and dramatic newspaper headlines.

 

IAPMS ( www.iapms-home.com ) provides a service, at a reasonable cost, that helps to protect information and data breaches by:

·         Integrating a centralized repository of all information assets and responsibilities

·         Capturing and storing the metadata about that information asset

·         Providing the ability to index, find and search for information assets

·         Implementing auto-classification and information categorizations

·         Monitoring information assurance and privacy

·         Classifying information as to risk and impacts to the organization from unauthorized disclosures

Tags:  cloud computing  Compliance  Education  FERPA  Healthcare 

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BYOD: Can it make the IT department a hero again?

Posted By Craig Brown, Saturday, April 27, 2013

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The rise of BYOD is often seen as bad news for the IT department – but smart CIOs see it as an opportunity, not a threat. 

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62 percent of companies to allow BYOD by year's end

Posted By Craig Brown, Saturday, April 27, 2013

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TechRepublic’s BYOD Business Strategy Survey reveals that 62 percent of companies either already have Bring Your Own Device allowances in place, or plan to by the end of 2013. 

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The Reality of STEM in the Classroom

Posted By Craig Brown, Saturday, April 27, 2013

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 Educators, legislators, and business leaders have long been concerned with the state of science and mathematics in our schools. 

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Finding More STEM Students

Posted By Craig Brown, Saturday, April 27, 2013

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That the country needs more science, technology, engineering, and math graduates is a common refrain, but there has been little consensus about how to achieve this goal, and recent announcements from two public universities showcase very different strategies. 

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Many High Schoolers Giving Up on STEM

Posted By Craig Brown, Saturday, April 27, 2013

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High school students aren't sticking with STEM. Even though the number of jobs in science and engineering is expected to surge in the years to come, close to 60 percent of the nation's students who begin high school interested in science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM, change their minds by graduation, according to a report released Wednesday from STEMconnector and college planning service My College Options. 

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Why This Guy Quit His Sports Radio Dream Job. To Write Software

Posted By Craig Brown, Friday, April 12, 2013

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Sometimes, life throws you a curveball. Jon Rish was living, breathing and sleeping his dream job as a sports announcer calling Red Sox games for a Boston radio station. Then, after several months spent working without a contract, he suddenly faced a 30 percent pay cut.

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With Pulse, LinkedIn Is Becoming The Newspaper Of The Future

Posted By Craig Brown, Friday, April 12, 2013

@craigbrownphd #techpreneur #BDPA

LinkedIn, the professional network people use to maintain an online resume, find jobs and job candidates, and network, is sending a clear message with its acquisition of news-reader Pulse: It's a media company, and it's not ashamed of that. .

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MOBILE VIDEO: Inside The Boom And Massive Monetization Opportunity

Posted By Craig Brown, Tuesday, April 9, 2013

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Mobile video has exploded for three reasons: one is the rollout of faster 4G LTE wireless networks, which support on-the-go video habits. A second reason is that younger audiences are adopting mobile video habits very quickly. Another is the spread of tablets. Devices like the full-size iPad and Kindle Fire — with their nine or 10-inch high resolution screens — are emerging as consumers' favored video playback devices.

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How to Make Sure Your Logo Tells Your Story

Posted By Craig Brown, Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Your organization’s logo offers the world a glimpse of who you are and what you do. It should not just be instantly recognizable but also offer a clear and compelling narrative that people will remember.

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5 Things That Will Change the Way Nonprofits Work in 2013

Posted By Craig Brown, Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Tools like Catapult, Gofundme, Indiegogo, and Kickstarter have made it easy to issue online appeals for financial support. Increasingly, nonprofit workers may need to demonstrate savvy when it comes to using such "crowdfunding” networks.

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Shrewd and Simple Approaches to Social Media

Posted By Craig Brown, Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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If your nonprofit wants to get more of its social networks, it should consider doing less.

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Nonprofits Race to Get Ahead of the Explosion in Small Screens

Posted By Craig Brown, Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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People using mobile devices accounted for 18 percent of the organization’s year-end online gifts—nearly one out of every five online contributions—compared with just 2 percent during the same time just a year earlier.

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Racing to Get Ahead of the Mobile Explosion

Posted By Craig Brown, Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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As more nonprofit supporters use smartphones and tablets, charities are finding creative ways to make it easy to give on small screens and to serve their supporters using text messages and apps.

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Are We Suffering From Mobile App Burnout?

Posted By Craig Brown, Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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When I got my first iPhone in late 2008, I couldn’t wait to peruse the App Store for cool new games, neat productivity tools and quirky new social services.

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