With large quantities of data and sensitive information stored and shared digitally by schools, it’s little wonder they have become targets for hackers.
The need to keep sensitive data secure, and protect students while they engage with wireless networks and mobile devices at school, is a constant concern for school administrators, IT managers, teachers and of course parents.
For Malwarebytes chief executive and founder Marcin Kleczynski, and regional director for Australia and New Zealand, Jim Cook, the answers begin with a school-wide effort involving teachers and students.
Education Review caught up with them to get their thoughts on the biggest threats facing schools, and some of the steps administrators can start taking right now to boost their level of security and minimise the chances of a costly and disruptive security breach.Do you have an idea for a story?
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