Cybersecurity is a priority concern for most people accessing the internet. Unfortunately, students aren’t thinking about cyberattacks when they access sites for curriculum, research, and entertainment from their 1:1 devices–devices that are now so prevalent since the pandemic.
Schools’ exposure to cyberattacks has also greatly increased due to expanded remote and hyperflex learning.
Join eSchool News and a panel of experts to learn the latest strategies and tools schools are using to help keep student data safe and ensure students’ digital access is secure.
- Learn the latest techniques to secure district systems
- Discover best practices for educating students and families on proper digital etiquette
- Ask cybersecurity experts about your data protection concerns
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