Data hacker
 

Be proactive about protecting your data.

School data is completely unique: The personal identifying information of students, financial records, and academic data make K12 schools a huge target for hackers—and the potential for losing precious records to disasters complicates data management. Complacency is your enemy: make a plan and strive for constant improvement when it comes to data security.

 
 

Cloud hosting speeds disaster recovery.

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Secure cloud hosting frees up time to focus on staff and infrastructure
 
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Backup copies of data are readily available 24/7 if disaster strikes
 
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Server updates are built in, so software is always up-to-date
 
 
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"The security and disaster recovery plan for our Skyward systems continues to be very high on our priority list. Skyward contains a lot of student and financial data that is mission-critical."

- Craig Waldvogel

Information Technology Coordinator
at Staples-Motley School District


 


  School districts for ransom

The stakes are high for school data administrators.

Learn how data ransom attacks happen and how to defend your school.

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Practice security drills.

 
Security team Test your team before they encounter the real thing. Here's how to set up 3 security measures.

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Six types of fraud One of the biggest cyber threats today? Students. Learn 3 ways to protect your passwords.

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Security team

Build your security team.


Who do you need in your corner to build a strong defense against data breaches, disaster recovery, and cyber attacks?

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Six types of fraud

Not all threats come from outside the district.

Learn six types of fraud that may originate right in your backyard and cost big bucks.

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The state of cybersecurity in schools today

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