Janet Currier, mother of a student expelled for hacking his school district’s IT system, shares her story about the impact of IT-related school discipline policies.
On November 25, 2019, the K-12 Cyber Incident Map was taken offline for extended maintenance. What does this mean for the future of this work?
Jason Barthel, the Executive Director of Technology for Rockford Public Schools, offers insights into how his district is recovering from a ransomware attack in a must-read blog post and podcast.
Listen and learn about Louisiana’s extraordinary – and successful – response to the wave of coordinated ransomware attacks aimed at its school districts at the start of this school year.
From phishing to ransomware, K–12 IT leaders have plenty to worry about. Luckily, there are best practices that can help IT leaders get a good night’s sleep.
Arkansas’ Cyber Threat Response Team is designed to ensure school districts are not alone when faced with a cyber threat.
Based on the successful reception of the first-of-its-kind report for 2018—and in anticipation of your continued support—we will be preparing an update to ‘The State of K-12 Cybersecurity’ for the 2019 calendar year. Learn how you can support this critical work.
These resources from NYSSBA are designed to help engage school board members in productive conversations about how to support cybersecurity risk management in their schools.