Articles: Cyber

Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Privacy is key. At Carl Sandburg High School in the Consolidated High School District in Illinois, above, Chief Technology Officer John Connolly, on right, discusses with a teacher some of the data and privacy features to be aware of when working with different apps.
District leaders need internal and external defenses to keep networks secure
Alison DeNisco
Some 89 percent of adults are concerned that third-party providers will use students’ personal data for marketing purposes, according to a new survey.
When administrators contract with a third-party vendor, schools are subject to that vendor’s privacy policies
Matt Zalaznick
 A teacher is trained to use one of the 700 Asus tablets given to educators in Central USD in Fresno. All of the district’s 15,000 students will get tablets in the 2014-2015 school year.
1-to-1 and BYOD programs pose different challenges for district CIOs
Jarrett Potts
Tips on safeguarding data now, tomorrow, and in 15 years

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