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How Universities Can Prevent Faculty Prosecutions for Failure to Disclose Foreign Affiliations

June 28, 2022 | Compliance Due Diligence

Lost in the uproar over the China Initiative that the Justice Department eventually shut down was the role of universities in ensuring compliance with disclosure requirements related to foreign affiliations. In at least some of the cases, signs of potentially inappropriate affiliations seem to have been missed by university officials, leading to intrusive and disruptive criminal investigations. ¬†Even in cases where a prosecution is successful, you must ask whether it was worth it when it could have all been so … Read More

Cyber Attackers Choose the Path of Least Resistance: The Education Sector

August 13, 2019 | Cyber Security

From private schools to K-12 school districts and from learning centers to universities, cyber attackers have expanded their targets to include the numerous entities that make up the education sector.  Their ultimate goals remain the same: obtain sensitive information, hold these institutions (staff, faculty, students) as ransomware hostages and/or steal financial records to resell on the black market.

It is not surprising that cyber attackers have chosen to feed on this sector. This target is typically viewed by cyber attackers … Read More

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