The growing concerns about security among families, school systems, and legislature increased teacher and student reliance on internet accessibility. As a result, school cybersecurity is subject to more scrutiny than ever. Yet, alarmingly, many school systems are not sufficiently aggressive in getting ahead of cybersecurity. In a recent edWebinar, sponsored by ClassLink and co-hosted by CoSN and AASA, three district superintendents discussed the impact a district cyberattack has on school communities and strategies to mitigate future attacks.
Presented by Mr. Matthew J. Miller, Superintendent, Lakota Local Schools (OH); Dr. Michelle Reid, Superintendent, Northshore School District (WA); and Dr. Hank Thiele, Superintendent, Community High School District 99 (IL)
Moderated by Ann McMullan, Project Director, CoSN EmpowerED Superintendent Initiative, CoSN (Consortium for School Networking)