CISA-backed nonprofit announces 'National Cybersecurity Education Month'

Within 45 days, agencies must appoint a software manager to oversee license and agreement inventories, and begin reporting progress in their license management by Nov. 30.

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by EdScoop Staff

How K-12 districts, colleges and universities are creating sustainable environments in schools and developing a certification program.

by Ryan Johnston

The publisher claims Chegg is profiting from verbatim answers copied from its textbooks.

by Benjamin Freed

A survey from the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky found that 72% of parents of school-aged kids would support schools paying to avoid the leaks of stolen data.

by Benjamin Freed

Lawmakers passed another bill they say is aimed at tamping down the threat of ransomware attacks against schools.

by Benjamin Freed

"There was no other choice," officials from the Judson Independent School District in Bexar County, Texas, said about their decision to pay off their hackers.

by Benjamin Freed

While threats against school districts continue, thousands have joined the MS-ISAC to get intelligence and security services.

by Emily Bamforth

Attackers obtained employee Social Security numbers and financial information, but school leaders are still evaluating the extent of the attack.

by Emily Bamforth

A new research project provides 10 variables for school leaders to gauge the success of edtech purchases as federal relief flows in.

by Emily Bamforth

As the new chair of the National Governors Association, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he intends to use his home state as an example of computer science education expansion.

by Benjamin Freed

Research from BlackBerry aims to help K-12 schools and universities identify a trojan horse virus that's being used by operators of the PYSA ransomware.

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