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Services, resources, and professional learning to help technology leaders plan for and respond to emerging digital threats.
Educational institutions are among today’s most prevalent targets for cyber attacks, including phishing and ransomware. The LTC can help your district strengthen its shield against these evolving threats through our growing portfolio of affordable services and actionable resources.
We also host SecurED Schools, an annual virtual conference focused on furthering the conversation surrounding cybersecurity and data privacy best practices, strategies, and tools.
Free and low-cost services and trainings geared toward surfacing effective cybersecurity practices and responding to emergent digital threats.
Tools, guidance, and best practices for strengthening cybersecurity practices in all K-12 districts.
Identifying phishing can be harder than you think. Phishing is an attempt to trick you into giving up your personal information by pretending to be someone you know. Practice telling what is fake using Google’s
“Cybersecurity Frameworks: What K-12 Leaders Need to Know” is a resource for state and local education leaders encouraging the adoption of nationally recognized cybersecurity best practices.
Learn more about the K12 Security Information Exchange (K12 SIX). The K12 Security Information Exchange (K12 SIX) is the only national non-profit organization solely dedicated to protecting the U.S. K12 community—including school districts, charter schools,
Utilize the K12 Incident Response Management Plan Template from Security Studio to be better prepared if and when an Incident happens in your District.
Learn and complete the first phase of your E-Rate application with an E-Rate expert on hand! This 3-hour session will cover basic E-Rate program rules, eligible items, and the process required to complete the first E-Rate form of the year, Form 470.
Join your fellow area technology coordinators, directors, administrators, and tech coaches as we discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas relating to edtech topics and trends. While each meeting may open with a guest or demonstration, participant contributions and concerns will drive each month’s conversation.
Join us for an open discussion on current educational technology topics and trends. This networking meeting is open to all educational technology positions including technology directors, instructional technology coaches, teachers, and any other positions interested in discussing the current state of technology in our schools.
Recent blog posts covering cybersecurity topics, including innovative strategies, timely solutions, and newly-released guidance.
Each October, the US recognizes Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a multi-week opportunity for everyone – including K-12 school districts – to recommit themselves to protecting digital networks and data. Here are a few quick tips to
New location, new events, and limitless new possibilities – that’s what’s in store for IETC 2022. Discover fresh ways to support classroom integration, develop robust technology environments, and harness edtech’s full potential during 3 keynotes,
Hey, school administrators! The new school year is just around the corner, making now a great time to brush up on some of the legal issues facing education and technology right now. Check out this