N.Y. Lawmakers Voted to Ban Facial Recognition in Schools. One Superintendent Isn't Pleased.

New York state lawmakers voted Wednesday to ban facial recognition technology from the state's schools until at least July 2022.

Roles and Permissions in Coursepath – Update

Which role gives access to which activities in a Coursepath academy? In this short documentation, designed for academy Managers and administrative staff, we want to […]

Episode 163 Trends for May 30-June 9, 2020: Teaching Online, Hardware & Software, Security & Safety, and Remote Learning

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 30 – June 9, 2020 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard […]

Zoom Unveils New Privacy and Security Features to Address Hacking Issues

The company has agreed to a host of new security features for all nationwide users, including password-protected invitations and giving meeting hosts control over private […]

We Didn’t See It Coming (3 Application Security Lessons During a Global Pandemic)

This post would not be complete without first acknowledging the incredible people who are on the frontlines of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We thank you and […]

Zoom Security: Knee-jerk reactions – have we all gone mad?

Zoom security is broken! I find it bizarre that in the midst of a viral epidemic, under lock-down conditions where people are still roaming the […]

The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2019 Year in Review

Cross-posted at the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center: https://k12cybersecure.com. According to a report released today by the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2019 […]

How School Districts Can Avoid Buying Expensive Technology That Doesn't Work

An expert recommends schools agree not to pay tech providers until their products prove effective.

Cyber-Security: Advice for IoT, Smart-Home, Smart-TVs, etc.

. . Advice for IoT, Smart-Home, Smart-TVs, etc. As I already mentioned, years ago, in my tutorial <===> WHY Is It A MUST To Have […]

Privacy Is Up to You!!!

“Is my Google Drive Private?” The very first file added to drive is the most secure until the sharing starts. What users may need to […]

Questionmark Achieves U.S. Government FedRAMP Authorization

Posted by John Kleeman I’m pleased today to be able to share some exciting news. For four years, we have been working hard to make […]

10 Reasons Why Frequent Testing Makes Sense

Posted by John Kleeman It matters to society, organizations and individuals that test results are trustable. Tests and exams are used to make important decisions about […]

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