A systemic approach to student data security and privacy should include threat and risk assessment, regular training, and multiple response measures
The FBI recently warned that cyber attacks of schools are on the rise but an IBM survey suggests many schools are not taking the threat seriously enough
Cybersecurity during COVID-19 has been a priority for higher ed institutions as attacks have increased
Ironically, teaching tech through tech is a challenge, but Champlain College Online is cracking the code
Student data privacy policies implementation needs to be hard-wired for governance, discipline, purchasing, and communications processes —CoSN
The Cyber Fusion Center at Maryville University provides practical cybersecurity training for aspiring security professionals
Cybersecurity planning for the school year ahead was the subject discussed by leaders from Santa Fe Public Schools and Loudon Schools
ManagedMethods, a Google G Suite and Microsoft 365 cybersecurity and student safety platform for K-12 school districts, today announced the addition of Google Meet and Chat monitoring and reporting to its platform.
Tech & Learning interviews Doug Levin, founder of the K–12 Cyber Incident Map, which has been instrumental in drawing attention to cybersecurity threats facing U.S.
T&L Leadership Summit attendee Jamie Locklin shares how Alamo Heights ISD has developed a cybersecurity plan
Cybersecurity continues to be a major concern for school leaders, but practical solutions are available
A cross-disciplinary collaboration at the University of Delaware has developed a teaching tool to deliver cybersecurity training in classrooms—Zenbo, the social robot.
Windows 7 may not be in the rear-view mirror quite yet but there is a lot you can do to keep your school’s computers safe and secure.
Cyber issues in schools can impact students, teachers, staff, and physical or virtual elements of schools and districts. Schools are driven by the notion of improving student learning through the tools and skills of educators.
An excerpt from COSN’s K12 Cybersecurity cost report, released in September, argues that E-rate funds should not only make the Internet accessible to all students, but also make it safe.