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.
It started with a yellow sticky note stuck to a student computer. It ended with a hacked IT system and the expulsion of two students.
Here are the four questions school board members should ask (and be able to answer) about the state of cybersecurity in their school districts.
The latest edition of the OnEducation podcast discusses a recent case of student hacking: what went wrong and how it could have been avoided.
The FBI has released a podcast for parents on the privacy and security risks of educational technology.
The FBI reports that there is an active phishing scheme targeting educators and others designed to steal direct deposits of employee paychecks.
The New Mexico State Auditor released a risk advisory for school districts warning of a targeted phishing attack.
The FBI says that the rapid growth of EdTech coupled with the widespread collection of student data could have privacy and safety implications if compromised or exploited.
Like moths to a flame, curious and tech-savvy students push the limits of ‘acceptable use’ of school technology. This is the heretofore untold story of a 12 year-old who crossed the line and the district that expelled him. His story is far from unique.
The August 27 edition of the Shared Security Podcast focuses in on the state of K-12 cybersecurity and offers useful guidance to parents seeking to assess (and help!) their children’s school district to shore up baseline cybersecurity practices.
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