K-12 cybersecurity was thrust into the spotlight when the COVID-19 pandemic forced learning online. And since then, cybersecurity has been a top concern of IT leaders and administrators.
In this eSchool News webinar, you’ll learn about real-world threats affecting the K-12 cybersecurity space and education in general, the myths behind them, and five useful tips to further protect their organizations from attacks.
Key takeaways include:
• Understanding the threats and where they’re coming from
• How to prioritize mitigation efforts
• How and where to start
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