As schools increasingly weave computers and the internet into their daily curricula, they become vulnerable to a host of security risks. Any connection from a district's computer network can also function as an entry point to hackers, some of whom would love to sneak into the network and create chaos by wiping out important records. Also, as students learn more about how systems work, they are in a position to change or destroy data from within.

Consequently, school information technology (IT) administrators must put checks in place to make sure their systems are used properly. A wide and growing

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