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Here’s why cyber security experts are concerned about remote learning

Teaching, learning, and working remotely raises many IT security issues that K-12 leaders should be aware of

Recently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned schools about an increase in ransomware attacks during the pandemic, with attackers exploiting Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) connections that allow school employees to log in to district servers remotely.

While the FBI’s alert is worrisome in its own right, it’s not the issue that keeps K-12 cyber security expert Doug Levin up at night.

Levin, a former director of the State Educational
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