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  • Increased Cyber Threats Due to COVID-19
    Security agencies around the world are sounding the alarm as hacking groups and nation state threat actors are taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.  A joint advisory published last week by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) shows that cyber-criminal groups […]
  • Differentiating Reality: The Difference between Augmented and Virtual Reality
    Check out a recent blog post by Visible Body, which provides a great overview of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality.  Visible Body is currently available for all students in the zSpace labs here at DMU (SEC 211 and SEC 215)! Want to learn more?  Contact Kevin Peck or Carlyn Cox.
  • Be Smart! Protect Your Connected Devices
    Smart/IoT devices may be the panacea for consumer convenience. Do you want to know and change the temperature of your house or even your fridge remotely? There’s an app for that. Such devices also raise extreme privacy concerns about the data collected about you. Devices can track or discern details about your life based on […]
  • Mobile Device Security Tips
    As you embark on a new school year, it is a good idea to pay attention to the security of your mobile device.  With an increasing amount of sensitive data being stored your personal devices, the value and mobility of smartphones, tablets, and laptops make them appealing and easy targets. These simple tips will help […]

Increased cyber threats due to COVID-19

Security agencies around the world are sounding the alarm as hacking groups and nation state threat actors are taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Synchronous or asynchronous learning

As faculty across the country adjust to the sudden move to online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, one question keeps coming up: How much of class time should be done live—known as “synchronous” teaching—and how much should be done so that students can do the work at their convenience—or “asynchronous” teaching. Check out a new article posted toEdSurge for consideration​s compiled from the educational field.​

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DMU Mobile App

The DMU Mobile App for students is currently being piloted and will be widely available for use by the summer.

Check out the App Tour

Differentiating reality: The difference between augmented and virtual reality

Check out a recent blog post by Visible Body, which provides a great overview of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality.

Read More

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