IUPD to begin field testing small number of body-worn cameras

The Indiana University Police Department will begin field testing body-worn cameras this month as a committee made up of representatives of law enforcement, students, faculty members and privacy experts continues to explore the possibility of IU police officers using the devices.

IU Bloomington: How are decisions to cancel classes made?

So, how does IU Bloomington decide when to cancel classes, when to issue a delay, and when – with sub-zero wind chills — to stay open?

Improved cybersecurity through greater sharing

On Friday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order to encourage and promote sharing of cybersecurity threat information within the private sector and between the private sector and government. IU cybersecurity experts say partnerships in information sharing are critical to reducing cyberthreats.

Thieves may be phishing for your tax return

Tax season is a particularly good time to be wary of phishing and identity theft efforts. Last tax season Indiana University was notified that several faculty and staff were unable to file 2013 tax returns electronically because someone had already filed a fraudulent tax return using their personal information.