What could the federal government do to stoke demand for cybersecurity awareness programs in schools?
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.
In an extraordinary measure, the Governor of Louisiana recently issued an emergency declaration to assist the state in responding to several K-12 cyber incidents.
Effective September 1, school districts across Texas will be required to adopt a cybersecurity policy and report incidents to parents.
Here are the four questions school board members should ask (and be able to answer) about the state of cybersecurity in their school districts.
In the event of a student data breach, schools in Missouri are now obligated under state law to provide written notice to parents.
The Indiana Department of Education has announced a new initiative to provide cybersecurity investments for K-12 schools. This is encouraging news and hopefully an approach that can be replicated and built upon by other state departments of education.