This week’s virtual training from NJSBA Facebook Live events will include a special conversation with the New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC). Facebook Live events are free to attend for anyone with a Facebook account.
10 a.m. Thursday, June 10
Considering that businesses, the education sector and other essential industries throughout the nation remain the targets of cyberattacks, it is essential for New Jersey public school districts to continue to assess their vulnerability and reinforce their data systems to counter any disruptions.
This Facebook Live session will provide K-12 school officials with vital information and free resources regarding cybersecurity best practices. These tools will ensure that school computer data and networks will remain resilient to ransomware, distributed denial of service, malware, phishing, credential compromise, and unauthorized access.
Join experts in the field to learn more about this pressing issue:
- Michael Geraghty, New Jersey’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and director of the N.J. Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC).
- Michael Dean, manager of IT/network for the Upper Freehold Regional School District.
Interested in a Previous Broadcast? Replays of previous broadcasts are listed on the “videos” tab on the left side of the NJSBA Facebook page. Make sure you click the “like” button so you can be notified when NJSBA goes live in future broadcasts. Events will be announced on the NJSBA website, through School Board Notes and through the NJSBA Facebook page.