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.
Increasing support for mental health in schools is necessary to help stem tide the of recent tragedies
A data privacy day in your school can help raise awareness regarding the importance of protecting students’ online presence
The LapSafe Smart Lockers are the future of laptop storage for students with charging built-in and more
When building confidentiality, integrity, and availability (the CIA Triad), districts can’t overlook security
Data privacy is a priority at Fayette County Schools. Jim Farmer, the chief technology officer, discusses how the district made that happen.
With so many school security and communication products available, it’s important to make sure any you add will work with existing solutions
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