Mark your calendars to join CoSN and METAA for our CTO clinic on March 3, 2017.
Technology leaders and policymakers need to protect their networks and information security, analyze their current status, and validate what they are doing well. CoSN provides tools and resources that provide insight into how risk can be further reduced in ways that help technology leaders contribute to their schools' primary goals of teaching and learning. We also offer assistance to district technology leaders who are working to ensure safety for both students and staff.
CoSN is grateful for the following sponsors for their support of this initiative: HP, Juniper Networks, Lenovo, and Microsoft.
CoSN does additional cybersecurity work through the K-12 Federated Identity and Access Management Task Force.
iKeepSafe Generation Safe
This tool provides a comprehensive set of resources, including online videos, self-assessments, and assistance with incident management.
SAFE-Net: Security Awareness for Everyone on the Net
SAFE-Net is a cyber security awareness program that can be used to teach parents, teachers, and students about security issues.
K-12 Risk Methodology
Report about security risk methodology.