To help district leaders prioritize and measure their cyber security readiness, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) released version 2.0 of its cyber security planning tools. The updated resources, which are part of CoSN’s Cyber Security for the Digital District Leadership Initiative, include the Self-Assessment Checklist, the Cyber Security Rubric and the Security Planning Template. The tools – which are to be used in succession of each other – help district leaders analyze and compare their networks’ current security status by measuring four critical infrastructure components: “Management,” “Technology,” “Business Continuity,” and...

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Jeff Festa