By removing social security numbers from student data, Greeneville City School District has increased security by making itself less of a target
School districts face enormous challenges in protecting student data -- and students themselves -- while also fending off hackers and attackers
In this recent Tech & Learning virtual roundtable, educators and professionals talk about the building blocks of a student safety district program.
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
Five key challenges that all districts are facing in keeping students safe, and how to work through these issues
The Cyber Fusion Center at Maryville University provides practical cybersecurity training for aspiring security professionals
Impero Web:check helps schools comply with CIPA, which requires schools to block harmful or inappropriate content.
From compatibility to analytics, educators need to consider more than the price when it comes to free education apps
Gaggle will integrate its safety solution, under the name Gaggle Safety Management for Teams, with Microsoft Teams.
With a VPN (virtual private network), remote learning and online education doesn’t mean sacrificing privacy
Easy steps you can take to minimize the risk of Zoombombing steps you can take to minimize the risk of Zoombombing
Following reports of hackers breaking into lessons with racist, pornographic and harassing interruptions, several large districts are moving away from Zoom.
CatchOn has released its new guide, Establishing a Robust Student Data Privacy Culture―Action Ideas for School Districts, which is designed to provide school districts with an overview of federal student data privacy laws.
T&L Leadership Summit attendee Jamie Locklin shares how Alamo Heights ISD has developed a cybersecurity plan