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.
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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.
In the event of a student data breach, schools in Missouri are now obligated under state law to provide written notice to parents.
HTTPS is important. Implementing HTTPS – in many cases – is easy. Not implementing it by a deadline that has been years in coming is a mark of shame and deserves to be called out as such.
Further thoughts and insights into the ‘smart badge’ surveillance system implemented at the 2018 ISTE Conference.
If you care about your digital privacy and security, here is the tech gear to bring with you to ISTE 2018.
The complicated case of ‘Finn,’ a student who hacked his school’s server, website, and social media account.
Bloomington Hills (MI) Schools comprehensive disclosure of a student information system breach by students should serve as a model for other districts.