[NHDOE-ETNews] SETDA Releases 4 Cybersecurity Concerns for State Leaders
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Thu Aug 23 10:25:51 EDT 2018
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ITEM: SETDA Releases 4 Cybersecurity Concerns for State Leaders
In 2018, ENA partnered with SETDA leaders to delve into the topic of cybersecurity and its critical role in education. At SETDA's Cybersecurity Workshop in conjunction with the Emerging Technologies Leadership Forum<https://www.setda.org/events/conferences/emerging-technologies-leadership-forum-2018/>, conducted by ENA, multiple state leaders shared what steps they are taking to assist their respective state's school districts with this timely issue. The recommendations that emerged from the roundtable discussions led to a cybersecurity guide<https://www.setda.org/master/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/4-Cybersecurity-Concerns-for-State-Leaders.pdf> for state education leaders. Thank you Education Networks of America<https://www.ena.com> for their support of this work.
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