What Data Do Schools Need to Protect the Most?


Not everything in politics is gridlocked. This year, the bipartisan K-12 Cybersecurity Act passed in the Senate, directing the CISA to study cybersecurity risks at school and develop strategies and resources for educational professionals and students to follow.

I asked James Harold, CEO of Identity Automation: With all of the cyber attacks in recent memory including the recent one at Howard University that caused classes to be cancelled, what sensitive school data is most attractive to bad actors today, and why?

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