42nd Annual Law Conference, Sept. 5-7, 2018

Webinar Date: June 26

Time: 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EST


No school district wants to believe that their sensitive student data is at risk of a cyber-attack. Some believe their school isn’t a target because it’s small or rural - but hackers target the least prepared. Student data, payroll data, and other sensitive information fetches a high price on the Dark Web; and many schools are willing to pay high ransoms in BitCoin because they were unprepared for a cyber-attack. In response, a variety of new laws have been passed to hold directors and officers accountable for cyber risk – responding to a public outcry for leaders to take responsibility for ensuring the safety of personal data. 

This doesn’t have to be your district’s reality. Join us for this briefing – designed specifically for school board leaders and superintendents – to discuss the findings of the report and some specific steps your district can take to improve cyber-risk readiness. Our panel of national and local school board leaders will share their take on the findings and how the school board community should respond.


Can't make it? No problem, register and recieve the recording directly and listen when you are ready.