Doug Levin Will Keynote Tech & Learning Leadership Summit

Doug Levin
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At the Tech & Learning Leadership Summit, being held in Washington D.C. just before the CoSN conference, cybersecurity expert Doug Levin will present the opening keynote address. 

Doug Levin is the founder of the K–12 Cyber Incident Map which has been instrumental in drawing attention to cybersecurity threats facing U.S. K–12 public schools and districts. In addition to being cited in federal and state legislative bodies, the map has been used by district leaders since 2017 to help advocate and plan for better cybersecurity practices.

Levin will present the most recent research updating the threat map; lessons learned through these incidents; issues around evaluating the harm of a data breach; specific incidents of breaches, including ransomware, malware, and vendor breaches; and challenges and policy implications for the future.

District leaders will also have the opportunity to listen to and share the many ways their colleagues are using technology to drive innovation. 

This event for district leaders is by invitation only. Learn more about Tech & Learning Leadership Summits here and visit this link to apply. 

Christine Weiser is the Content and Brand Director for Tech & Learning, and has been with the company since 2008. She has reported on education for most of her career, working at Scholastic and Gale Publishing before joining Tech & Learning. Christine is also an author and musician, and lives in Philadelphia with her husband and son.