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How K-12 Can Upgrade Cyber Security This Summer
June 12th, 2017

How K-12 Can Upgrade Cyber Security This Summer

Are you ready to make your school safer and upgrade cyber security this summer? Find out some easy ways to make cyber security a priority now.

Summary

 In 2017, K–12 schools have increasingly been targeted by hackers who are after valuable tax data they can use for a wide variety of frauds and scams. Phishing and DDoS attacks are a huge risk, and schools represent a tempting target because attackers know they’re understaffed and overworked. Cox Business

This means that school administrators need to find ways to keep their student and work data secure, without the extra resources or IT staff. While this may seem impossible for most, it doesn’t have to be.

Are you ready to make your school safer and upgrade cyber security this summer? If so keep reading, Cox Business discusses this further in their blog post found on Cox Blue.

Who Should Read This Article

School administrators and school district IT staffs looking for easy ways to make their schools safer should check out this article.

What You Will Learn

You will learn some simple ways to upgrade your K-12 security strategy over the summer, to make it safer when your students come back. These ways include:

  • Getting creative with E-Rate Funding.
  • Investing in DDoS mitigation.
  • Upgrading your equipment.
  • Using managed services.

Take Away

Keeping your school secure doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. Use these simple tips and tricks to improve your security strategy this summer and make your school safer next year and into the future.

Read the full article at 4 Steps K–12 Administrators Can Take to Upgrade Cyber Security This Summer

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