Jun 27 2023

ISTELive 23: Bringing Everyone in K–12 Schools to the Table for Incident Response Planning

K–12 schools host a treasure trove of vital information that more and more bad actors want to exploit. At ISTELive 23 in Philadelphia, technology leaders share the key components of an incident response plan to minimize the fallout from a cybersecurity incident.

LEARN MORE: Don’t fall victim to these common incident response mistakes.

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    Joel Handler, Director of Technology, Hillsborough Township (N.J.) Public Schools

    Tara Nattrass, Chief Innovation Strategist, Dell Technologies

Video Highlights

  • The technology director for Hillsborough Township Public Schools in New Jersey shares his experience with ransomware.
  • Cybersecurity incidents are much more than just a technology issue. Their wide-reaching impacts can affect every facet of a school’s operations.
  • To effectively prepare for a cyberattack, K–12 schools must have an incident response plan and regular table talks where key stakeholders can practice.