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Implications for schools also: Today Is Treated Like Accounting Before Enron …
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10 days ago by douglevin
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Confronting K-12 and the End of Innocence
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16 days ago by douglevin
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Criminals in cyberspace make schools’ data a target
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Confronting K 12 and the End of Innocence via Increasing aw…
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29 days ago by douglevin
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RT : "As we come to the close of 2017, it is increasingly evident that K-12 threats a…
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"As we come to the close of 2017, it is increasingly evident that K-12 threats are neither hypotheti…
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4 weeks ago by douglevin
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Confronting K-12 Cybersecurity and the End of Innocence,
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4 weeks ago by douglevin
K-12 Cybersecurity: The End of Innocence | EdSurge News
Schools can no longer be naive or aloof to cybersecurity threats, writes in his 2017 reflection.
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4 weeks ago by douglevin
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When a incident disrupts a 1:1 school, how do teachers and students respond?
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5 weeks ago by douglevin
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When Cyber-Hackers Attack, School Districts Are Paying the Ransom
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10 weeks ago by douglevin
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Make sure your ChromeOS devices are patched and up to date
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10 weeks ago by douglevin
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Do you aspire to be a tech-savvy educator?

Educate yourself.

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10 weeks ago by douglevin
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The edu sector is routinely targeted. Past due time to address.

The threat to New Hampshire is rea…
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11 weeks ago by douglevin
District first in Missouri to be certified 'Cyber Aware' | Daily Journal Online
Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway visited the Fredericktown School District Tuesday and commended officials on their efforts to be a 'Cyber Aware School.'
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september 2017 by douglevin
Schools Must Adhere to Cybersecurity Regulations or Risk Losing Title IV Eligibility | Lexology
The Department of Education has taken several actions that make it abundantly clear that Title IV schools must comply with cybersecurity regulations, including the GLBA and Safeguards Rule. Would that ED have any leverage over K-12 data security practices...but they don't.
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september 2017 by douglevin
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A Thinking Person’s Guide to News (2017 Week 36 Edition)
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september 2017 by douglevin
100% of government IT workers said employees are biggest threat to cybersecurity | TechRepublic
Reminder: Public schools are run by state and local governments. The lack of internal training and investment in cybersecurity-related policy development and practices is responsible for a large proportion of K-12 data breaches.
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august 2017 by douglevin
Online criminals clone UK university's website to phish for cash | Graham Cluley
Criminals have cloned a UK university's website in an attempt to phish for unsuspecting students' cash and personal information.
edtech  CyberSecurity  edtechstrategies  2017w30  from twitter
july 2017 by douglevin
ED warns schools of another widespread ransomware attack | Future of Ed Tech e-Newsletter
In light of a recent widespread ransomware attack, the U.S. Education Department is asking schools and districts to take measures to protect data and reinforce IT systems, and if any schools were victimized, to contact the agency’s Privacy Technical Assistance Center for help.
cybersecurity  Ransomware  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w29  from twitter
july 2017 by douglevin
New Brunswick Public Schools to Test Its Cybersecurity | TAPinto New Brunswick
Good idea: The city Board of Education approved a resolution to spur an independent assessment of its network and cybersecurity defense mechanisms. The contract will cost $14,910, according to the district. Business Administrator Richard Jannarone said he and his technology team lobbied for the third-party analysis due, in part, to attempted attacks in the past.
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july 2017 by douglevin
3 things your school should know about Missouri State Auditor’s emphasis of cybersecurity | Thomas Coburn LLP
This is an ad, but offers some useful content. Lessons for school districts include: (1) You must address cybersecurity. (2) Cybersecurity is NOT just an IT issue. (3) Litigants are waiting and watching.
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june 2017 by douglevin
Hack attacks highlight vulnerability of Florida schools to cyber crooks | Miami Herald
Two months before the U.S. presidential election, international hackers slipped into the computer systems of at least four Florida school district networks in the hopes of stealing the personal data of hundreds of thousands of students.
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june 2017 by douglevin
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ICYMI: 's incredible tracking of incidents in on 's relaunched website!…
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june 2017 by douglevin
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ICYMI: 's incredible tracking of incidents in on 's relaunched website!…
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june 2017 by douglevin
Two-Step Login expands to MAUI, ICON, and MyUI | Iowa Now
Two-Step (2FA) Login helps faculty, staff, and students keep private information secure
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june 2017 by douglevin
There Can Be No Privacy Without Security: Emerging Lessons from the K-12 Cyber Incident Map – Ferpa|Sherpa
If there is an Achilles’ heel to personalized learning, it's the uneven attention to K12 cybersecurity risks
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june 2017 by douglevin
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Welcome to Day 2 of Relaunch! Today, see 's blog on lessons from map:…
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june 2017 by douglevin
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RT : 5 things you (probably) don't know about online privacy – but should
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june 2017 by douglevin
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Beyond Google Docs phishing: How to really address the threats facing K-12 schools…
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may 2017 by douglevin
Pekin Community High School still feels effects of cyberattack | Pekin Daily Times
"Pekin Community High School officials are still mopping up after a cyberattack late last month, but the hard work lies ahead as they figure out how to prevent such an event in the future."
ransomware  CyberSecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w18  from twitter
may 2017 by douglevin
The State of Cybersecurity Insurance Today | Xconomy
"This begs the question of whether cybersecurity insurance – an easy sell amid the backdrop of seemingly endless reports of successful cyber breaches – is worth the money. The market thinks so. But the market isn’t always right, especially when the herd instinct kicks in."
Cybersecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w18  from twitter
may 2017 by douglevin
xDedic Darknet Marketplace Specializes in Selling Access to School and University Servers | The Merkle
"It is not surprising to learn the xDedic crew is mainly targeting servers belonging to educational institutions. Schools and universities often have the least mature security departments and are unable to detect or mitigate such attacks. Plus, their servers often have the RDP protocol enabled as students want to access course material from home. Unfortunately, that makes the servers a prime target for the xDedic group as well."
cybersecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w17  from twitter
april 2017 by douglevin
Schools seen as data-rich targets by hackers, but also as breeding ground for cyber workforce | EdScoop
Weak security controls and droves of useful data are attracting hackers, but a new report argues schools could do more to break the chain of cyber illiteracy.
cybersecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w17  from twitter
april 2017 by douglevin
How a cyber trail led to the school threat suspect | Burlington Free Press
Every account and phone number used in the threats were traced to particular times, servers and locations. All messages, even draft emails that had been deleted, were recorded. By the time the South Burlington High School senior was arrested, federal investigators had counted eight threats involving eight email accounts, a virtual private network and three Facebook accounts.
cybersecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w16  from twitter
april 2017 by douglevin
Phishing scam diverts more than $40,000 from Denver Public Schools | FOX31 Denver
“We do what we can to educate our employees on phishing,” DPS spokesman Will Jones said. “We do our best to have firewalls in place.” But those precautions were not enough to dodge the district-wide attack this week. Added to the K-12 Cyber Incident Map.
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april 2017 by douglevin
Police investigating alleged cyber attack against Chestnut Ridge | The Tribune-Democrat
State police are investigating an alleged cyber attack against Chestnut Ridge High School in Bedford County. A student at the high school launched an attack against the school’s computer network from his home, state police in Bedford said in a press release. He was allegedly able to shut the network down for several hours. Added to the K-12 Cyber Incident Map.
Hacking  DDoS  CyberSecurity  edtech  edtechstrategies  2017w14  from twitter
april 2017 by douglevin
A Tweet to Kurt Eichenwald, a Strobe and a Seizure. Now, an Arrest. | New York Times
When the journalist Kurt Eichenwald opened an animated image sent to him on Twitter in December, the message “You deserve a seizure for your posts” appeared in capital letters along with a blinding strobe light. Mr. Eichenwald, who has epilepsy, immediately suffered a seizure.
seizure-inducing  CyberSecurity  CyberAttack  edtechstrategies  2017w14  from twitter
april 2017 by douglevin
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