K-12 Cybersecurity for the Future of Learning: How To Protect District Dat
It’s the end of 2022 and cybersecurity challenges continue to plague K-12 school districts. A combination of a severe lack of resources, paired with enterprise-level IT infrastructures, is putting personal data, financial information, and taxpayer dollars at risk.
High-profile ransomware attacks, like the one on LA Unified School District, have created much-needed awareness to K-12’s cybersecurity problem.
But, there is a stubborn myth in district cybersecurity. Many IT leaders believe that their network firewall and content filter are enough to protect district data.
In truth, your district’s data is stored in cloud applications, such as Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, and many, many more apps. This means that data is outside of your network, not within your perimeter.
Cybercriminals know that this is a blind spot for organizations of all types and sizes—and K-12 is no exception. Without proper tools and monitoring, your district’s data stored, accessed, and shared in the cloud is at risk.
Register today to join Tyler Derickson, Cybersecurity and Systems Administrator at Arbor Park School District 145; Rowan Marcus, Google/Systems Administrator at Cambridge Public Schools; and ManagedMethods’ Product Specialists during this live panel discussion and demo. We’ll walk you through how the ManagedMethods platform helps tech teams monitor and protect their district’s data from common cloud risks, including suspicious OAuth apps, compromised accounts, data loss/leaks, inappropriate financial and personal information sharing, and more.
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