Listen in as WBAI’s ‘Talk Out of School’ radio show turns its attention to school cybersecurity and privacy issues in NY and beyond.
School districts may not have to disclose cybersecurity incidents to families or employees. Yet, opting for secrecy comes with even bigger problems.
The K-12 Cybersecurity Self-Assessment is free 20-minute, 50-question assessment intended to help IT leaders to identify and prioritize school district cybersecurity controls.
COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of continuity in education. But with increasing reliance on remote learning due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, school districts are even more vulnerable to cyberattack.
What could the federal government do to stoke demand for cybersecurity awareness programs in schools?
According to news reports from Politico and ZDNet, the FBI has issued a warning about ransomware attacks targeting school districts.
The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released new guidance for school audiences on the subject of how to securely implement online videoconferencing.
The difference in publicly-disclosed K-12 cybersecurity incidents before and after the widespread shift to remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic is like night and day.
An extended analysis of Zoom’s extraordinary rise and fall during this time of remote learning during a pandemic – and the three lesson we can so far draw from it.
A Tech & Learning interview features background about and lessons learned from the K–12 Cyber Incident Map.