Articles: Cybersecurity

Margo Pierce
An image on the Common Sense Graphite landing page, above, illustrates how educators might search for content.
Districts must maintain security while giving teachers and students freedom to explore
Alison DeNisco
The percent of school IT leaders who say they are using different cloud services has increased in the past year, according to CoSN’s 2015 “K-12 IT Leadership Survey.”
More than 65 percent of IT leaders say their district now uses productivity tools such as Google Apps for Education
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

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