K-12 Cybersecurity: Shifting priority into action

School districts across the country have had to shift methodical approaches to blended learning into hyper-drive to keep learning and operations running and finish the school year. As IT leaders plan for the start of a new school year, technology will likely serve an increased role in learning. Now is a good time to reflect on strategies to address the #1 K-12 technology priority: cybersecurity.

Join K-12 leaders in the field as they discuss what they have learned about ensuring cybersecurity and student safety are part of 1st action thinking in a rapidly changing learning environment. From a district’s remote workforce to the remote classroom, proper mechanisms must be in place to keep students, organizational data and district systems safe from an ever-increasing landscape of threats.


  • Ronald L. Cone, CPA, CETL; Executive Director of Information Technology; Kennewick School District
  • Victor Valdez, Chief Technology Officer, Pflugerville Independent School District
  • Ajit Gopalakrishnan, Chief Performance Officer, Connecticut State Department of Education Performance Office
  • Ken LeClair, IT Analyst, Connecticut State Department of Education
  • Marc Plevinsky, Assistant Director of Technology, Cherry Hill Public Schools
  • Matt Dascoli, Education Strategist, Dell Technologies

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