The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center (beta) is a work in progress. The new site and identity give it the foundation to grow, which it can do with your help.
Patch management advice misses the mark when it assumes IT capacity that simply doesn’t exist in most school districts.
The K12 Security Information Exchange (K12 SIX) is crowdsourcing the Log4j vulnerability status of commonly used K12 software.
K12 SIX has released the first in a series of guidance and best practice resources designed to establish baseline cybersecurity standards for school districts.
Join us at the inaugural ‘K-12 Cybersecurity Leadership Summit’ – a free half-day event on leadership issues related to K-12 cybersecurity for school and district leaders, policymakers, K-12 IT practioners, and vendors.
School districts have their own distinct challenges as they strive to protect themselves against digital threats. It only makes sense that they have an ISAC of their own. Now they do.
School districts across the US suffer from notoriously poor information security. This is at a time when school district spending on technology is at an all-time high. Why is this?
A new joint advisory – warning of cyber threats to K-12 schools – was released by the FBI, CISA, and MS-ISAC. Please share widely.
K12 SIX is the first and only national, non-profit organization dedicated solely to protecting schools from emerging cybersecurity threats.