A Tech & Learning interview features background about and lessons learned from the K–12 Cyber Incident Map.
April Mardock offers practical advice for school districts concerned about ensuring continuity of operations during a pandemic.
The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center releases another edition of the “State of K-12 Cybersecurity: Year in Review” series, focusing on the experiences of school districts during the 2019 calendar year.
According to data assembled by the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, no state has experienced a greater number of publicly disclosed school cybersecurity incidents in recent years than Texas.
The nature of this specific big dollar phishing attack ‘has been repeated at school districts across the country and has been ongoing for years.’
The K-12 Cyber Incident Map makes Audrey Watter’s list of the “100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade,” albeit not because the Map itself is a bad idea.
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?