Tech & Learning: How Fayette County Schools Protect Student Data

T&L published an article recently on the Edtech App Report detailing the surprising amount of apps being used by schools without their IT team's knowledge.

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Cyber Nightmares: Attacks, Breaches, and Leaks

Cyberattacks and data breaches can be nightmares for IT teams and data subjects. In this webinar, we discuss what K-12 schools can do to prevent these nightmares.

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How to Protect Your K-12 School from Cyberattacks

Schools around the world have become targets for cybercriminals to steal student data. Learn 3 ways schools can be cyberattacked and how they can protect their students’ data.

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Report Finds Frequent Edtech App Policy Changes, Leaving K-12 Districts Vulnerable

Get highlights from the 2022 Edtech App Report to learn how applications used in edtech apps could be putting your students’ personal data at risk.

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2022 Edtech App Report

The 2022 Edtech App Report provides K-12 technology leaders with powerful, practical data regarding technology in the modern school district. Download the full report for an analysis and strategies on student app usage.

Why Every K-12 District Needs to Develop an Acceptable Use Policy 

Learn what an acceptable use policy is, why K-12 districts need one, and how an AUP can help ensure responsible device use throughout your district.

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How to Protect Your K-12 District from Cyberattacks

When it comes to cyberattacks, it's not a question of if but when. In this guide, learn strategies all K-12 districts can use to mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.

Why Hackers Target K-12 Schools

Learn why hackers target K-12 schools so you can better prepare and mitigate the risks of your district falling victim to a cyberattack.

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Optimize Your District’s Acceptable Use Policy to Keep Your Students and Your District Safe

Regularly revisit your district-wide Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for school-issued devices to limit vulnerability to cyberattacks and student safety concerns online.

How K-12 School Leaders Can Plan for Better Cybersecurity Next Year 

Get key takeaways on cybersecurity trends K-12 schools will continue to see next year and the steps school leaders can take to mitigate cyberattacks.

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