K-12 Tech Survival Guide: Tips For Developing & Improving Your District's Incident Response Plan

Webinar Recording On-Demand

Learn How District Technology Leaders Develop Incident Response Plans And How To Improve Your Cybersecurity Readiness

Districts are targets for ransomware and other types of cyber attacks. Not only do these attacks pose significant data privacy and security risks for students, staff, and communities, they're also capable of disrupting school operations to such a degree that classes need to be canceled.

Incident response planning is critical for school districts. When an incident occurs, time is of the essence. Having a documented incident response plan is essential for quick and effective response. Whether or not your already have an incident response plan, now is a great time either create one or re-evaluate and improve it.

During this session, you will hear from Britton Smith, Director of Information Technology at Rosedale USD; Kirstin Collins, Director of Technology at Cedarburg School District; and Neal Richardson, CISO at Hillsboro-Deering School District share where they are in their incident response planning process, the steps they took to develop it, what they’ll be doing to improve their cybersecurity readiness and response this summer, and more!

This recorded discussion covers:

  • How other K-12 technology teams developed their incident response plans
  • What they’ve done, or plan on doing, to improve their incident response plans
  • Practical tips and advice for creating or improving your incident response plan
  • Why an audit is a good place to start with incident response planning

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