School districts may not have to disclose cybersecurity incidents to families or employees. Yet, opting for secrecy comes with even bigger problems.
A Tech & Learning interview features background about and lessons learned from the K–12 Cyber Incident Map.
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.
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?
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.
Today marked the day that the total number of K-12 cyber incidents experienced in 2019 exceeded the total for all of 2018. And, there are still five months left in the calendar year.
As a benefit to financial supporters of the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, monthly updates of exclusive K-12 cyber incident statistics are now available.
“The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2018 Year in Review” is a first-of-its-kind report focused solely on the misuse and abuse of technology in U.S. public schools.