03/04/2021 1:00 pm
Schools are now required to be compliant with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), to filter web traffic, provide protection from cyberthreats and inappropriate content, as well as gain the appropriate visibility and controls necessary to meet CIPA, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) compliance standards. How can you provide a consistent user experience for your students, teachers, and administrators who work on campus, from a remote location, or at home while still keeping them and their data safe?
The challenges for schools will only get more complicated with time, especially as remote, distance learning becomes the norm. With 1-to-1 device initiatives, virtual classrooms, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies expanding, and technology we can’t even envision yet, the trend will shift toward treating every device as if it’s not trusted. Yet students have to work as if they’re in a classroom environment and do it securely and effectively. Schools will need a way to quickly and securely scale, providing access to applications their staff and students need, without escalating cost.
Join us as we discuss how K-12 organizations can provide a secure and seamless transition for their Home Internet Access for Students that includes remote learning, as well as ensuring compliance through simple Internet safety, privacy and security policy implementation. As the Internet is utilized more and more, deeper protection is required to keep students, teachers, principals, and administrators safe without compromising the educational processes.
This presentation will:
• Address critical needs to K-12 Internet Security & Protection
• Discuss compliance requirements & standards
• Cover cost effective measures to assist K-12 Organizations