Perhaps nowhere in K-12 education are decisions about network security more important than in the day-to-day activities of schools' technology administrators--the ed-tech specialists who work on the front lines, supporting and protecting not only their school districts' networks, but also the administrators, teachers, and students who engage the digital world.

What do experienced leaders in this expanding and increasingly sophisticated segment of the education profession most want to communicate to their colleagues and the public about ed-tech security? For answers, eSchool News spoke recently with two ed-tech officials--Lloyd Brown, director of technology for the Henrico County Public


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