Safe and Sound Schools – Safeguarding the Student Journey: Cybersecurity in K-12


  • No Cost Cybersecurity Resources for K-12

    In shifting to online learning, reliance on remote access technology and cloud services open up new avenues of cyber-attacks. By joining MS-ISAC public K-12s can become a part of a community of more than 2,000 schools and districts who share cybersecurity information to improve their readiness against common threats at no cost. Download this informative asset to learn the top 4 benefits of joining the MS-ISAC and so much more, including:
    • Access to the 24x7x365 Security Operations Center (SOC)
    • Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting (MDBR)
    • Participation in the annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Poster Contest
    • CIS SecureSuite® Membership
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  • What Educators Should Expect from a K-12 Virtual Classroom

    This ebook outlines guidelines for school leaders to assess synchronous virtual instruction that promotes student engagement and teacher development. Download it now to learn more. Download the resource

  • The Value of Automation in K-12 School's Back Office

    When COVID-19 pushed schools to go remote, educators and students became more reliant on technology than ever before. "The transition to a remote learning environment has revealed new insights when it comes to the state of technology in education," EdTech reports.

    This can also include the potential to improve and streamline operations for back-office and administrative functions. As K-12 school districts grapple with decreasing budgets and even adapt to a new normal, they are looking for opportunities to maximize scarce resources. Turning to tech can allow them to do more with less, without sacrificing the foundation of customized services. Download the resource

  • Back-to-Work and Back-to-School Solutions

    Today's exceptional circumstances have created a new demand for solutions that provide a safer environment for those returning to school campuses and government buildings. The ability to transform a traditional property to an intelligent facility through artificial intelligence will be key to allowing students, staff and the public to safely return to these locations. Download this helpful asset to learn how K-12 schools and districts are leveraging proven integrated technology solutions across a cognitive ecosystem to automate complex building management processes -- making way for a safe return for all. Download the resource

  • Case Study: Using Ivanti Across Citrix, Desktops, and Notebooks for 8,000 Users

    A technology pioneer, British Columbia School District 67 (Okanagan Skaha), is the province's only district with a centralized fiber optic network, which it shares with the City of Penticon. Download this case study to learn how it services 7,500 students and 800 staff across three high schools, four middle schools, and 10 elementary schools with Ivanti. Download the resource

  • Ransomware Readiness Assessment

    The Unit 42 Ransomware Readiness Assessment focuses on preparing your schools, processes, and technology to mitigate the threat of ransomware. With ransomware attack ransoms averaging $847,000 you can't afford to be unprepared. This assessment reviews your IR plan, capabilities, and technology to find gaps and areas for improvement to strengthen you overall cyber defense capabilities. The Unit 42 Ransomware Readiness Assessment comes in two varieties, designed to match your organization's needs. Download the resource