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Resources for Professional Development on Network Security

Question: What resources would you recommend for a professional development session for teachers on network security? The IT Guy says: The "10 Immutible Laws of Security" is a great resource to use for a professional development session. Some of these laws are not directly applicable to teachers, but many are,
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Question: What resources would you recommend for a professional development session for teachers on network security?

The IT Guy says:
The "10 Immutible Laws of Security" is a great resource to use for a professional development session. Some of these laws are not directly applicable to teachers, but many are, and they are written in a language that is fairly easy to understand (especially when you consider the source of this information IS Microsoft!)

Another good resource is the GetNetWise Website for Online Security. Go to the Broadband Users section and click on tips for practical suggestions that all your teachers, both at school and at home, should understand and follow.

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