Practical advice for protecting your data from cyber attacks or technical mishaps
The Cybersecurity Rubric is a free tool for schools to self-assess their cybersecurity practices and improvements.
Having both an incident response plan and a disaster recovery plan is critical for school districts to be prepared for cyber attacks and natural disasters
Cybersecurity was the No. 1 concern of edtech leaders, a CoSN survey reveals. These easy-to-implement tips can help any school district quickly address cybersecurity weaknesses.
A data privacy day in your school can help raise awareness regarding the importance of protecting students’ online presence
Cybersecurity tips for securing your school or district's website from award-winning technology director Emmanuel Ajanma
When building confidentiality, integrity, and availability (the CIA Triad), districts can’t overlook security
New student privacy research shows that school social media accounts have posted millions of photos of students and other identifiable information, which might be dangerous
Data privacy is a priority at Fayette County Schools. Jim Farmer, the chief technology officer, discusses how the district made that happen.
Lessons learned after a district fell victim to a ransomware attack, from Brad Stewart the chief technology officer at Lufkin ISD
Teaching educators the basics of cybersecurity and fostering good digital citizenship can help keep your school network secure
Experienced education IT professionals share tips on safe and equitable technology use for students and staff.
John Harrington of Funds For Learning says districts should be permitted to apply E-rate funding to cybersecurity but that proposed changes to the discount’s competitive bidding process are not necessary.