Protecting Staff and Student Data from Cybercrime
When: Wednesday, December 5, 10-11 a.m.
Description: While it’s easy to believe public schools are too small to gain the attention of cyber criminals, they are increasingly faced with a gamut of cyber-attacks, from ransomware to phishing. Who is trying to breach a school network and why? As a defender, where do you start when you have few cybersecurity controls in place?
This webinar will examine key takeaways from real-world cyber attack scenarios, and provide industry best practices for protecting data as well as preventing and responding to security incidents to reduce your school’s cyber risk posture.
Presenter: TASB Risk Management Services Data Privacy Consultant Jessica Clark
Suggested Audience: Assistant superintendent of operations, communications or public relations director, director of technology, human resource director, risk management coordinator, or superintendent
Continuing Education Credit
Attendees who complete this webinar can earn continuing education credit from the following providers (attendees must register and join separately to receive credit):
- Texas Association of School Board Business Officials (TASBO)
- State Board of Public Accountancy (CPE) - No prerequisite courses required
- State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC)
- School Board Member credit (pending approval)