In August CISA added “Single Factor Authentication” to its list of practices it considers “exceptionally risky” as it exposes you to an “unnecessary risk from threat actors”. It has been officially added to CISA’s “Bad Practices Catalog”. My experience is that if CISA recommends it, Superintendent’s are much more amenable to implementing the recommendation.
As I have gotten older I have developed claustrophobia. MRI machines are now my nemesis. Fortunately, I have not needed one in a long time. However, in my 43 years of working in IT there is another thing I am now afraid of – these internet-based attacks on our clients.
Join us for a quick, 30-minute webinar to learn about the potential technology funding available to school districts through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Vince Siragusa, Public Funding Advisor from Cisco Meraki will cover these two funding buckets from the ARPA legislation: ESSER III for public K12 schools Emergency connectivity fund Under […]
I think by now everyone is officially open. I know some districts locally and in the Northeast had horrific transportation issues. I heard that the Governor of Massachusetts actually called out the National Guard to drive school buses to ensure that schools could open! These are crazy times, but we have to be creative […]