In the News: On School Website Security, Privacy Practices

In the three weeks since “Tracking: EDU” officially launched, a growing number of news outlets, associations, and organizations have highlighted the findings and significance of […]

FBI, ED: “Cyber Criminal Group Threatens Schools and Students”

On January 31, 2018, the FBI (Cyber Division) and the Department of Education’s Office of the Inspector General issued the following warning about cyber-extortion schemes focused […]

2018 Learning Technology Trends: Honorable Mentions that Can Make a Big Impact

By Ramesh Ramani, CEO, Expertus Ramesh Ramani,CEO,Expertus In my previous blog, I covered the top five learning technology trends for 2018. However, there were a […]

State and District Education Websites Fail to Disclose Ad Trackers, Study Finds

Many state and local education agency websites aren't disclosing the presence of third-party tracking services, according a new EdTech Strategies study.

School Websites are Bad, Just Not How You Think

New Study of School Websites Reveals Widespread Online Security and Privacy Issues According to a new study released today by EdTech Strategies, Tracking: EDU – Education Agency Website […]

Data Breach: What to Do When You’re Attacked

It's critical, in this data-soaked world, to keep your data secure. Confidential delegate or employee details, such as names, addresses and even biometric details, need […]

IT Security for Remote Workers – An Online Course

Do you have a lot of remote workers in your company? If the answer’s yes, you’ll find you aren’t alone. In fact, there’s more people […]

Press Conference: Rockingham County (NC) Schools Respond to a Malware Attack

UPDATED 1/3/18 to provide links to related news coverage. This incident was reported on the K-12 Cyber Incident Map (#284) on December 29, 2017. In […]

K-12 Cybersecurity: The End of Innocence

I partnered with EdSurge to write an end-of-the-year commentary on the present and future of K-12 cybersecurity (based on my experiences in producing the K-12 […]

GDPR: 6 months to go

Posted by Jamie Armstrong Anyone working with personal data, particularly in the European Union, will know that we are now just six months from “GDPR […]

Amazon Web Services: an intelligent option for a cloud-based LMS

NetDimensions has made considerable investments in Amazon Web Services (AWS) which leads the market in security and reliability. The benefits for customers include enhanced disaster […]

Security Awareness Tips for LMS Administrators

Keeping Your SaaS Data Secure As the software industry continues to move away from purchased client/server applications and toward cloud-based SaaS (software as a service) […]