Internet Safety

Read: Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

After a 15-year-old boy took his own life after falling victim to a catfishing Internet scam, the North Colonie school district is holding Internet Safety sessions with middle and high school students.

Read: EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces is an educational facilities conference taking place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 3-5.

Read: Racist ‘Zoom Bombings’ Interrupt University of Wyoming Black History Month Event

Racist ‘Zoom Bombings’ Interrupt University of Wyoming Black History Month Event

Similar types of racist attacks have happened during online diversity events across the country recently.

Read: District Pays $950K to Family of Girl Victimized by Cyber Predator

District Pays $950K to Family of Girl Victimized by Cyber Predator

The laptop she was using was issued to her by the school, and the victim’s family alleges the school failed to properly supervise the girl’s use of it.

Read: 2020 Fall/Winter Campus Safety Online Summit Focuses on COVID Response, Threat Assessments, Civil Unrest and More

2020 Fall/Winter Campus Safety Online Summit Focuses on COVID Response, Threat Assessments, Civil Unrest and More

Miss any of last December’s Campus Safety Online Summit? The sessions are still available at no charge.

Read: Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

During the Zoom bombing incident, a man exposed himself to students taking a class at a middle school.

Read: Survey: More Than 1 in 4 Americans Experience Severe Online Harassment

Survey: More Than 1 in 4 Americans Experience Severe Online Harassment

Results from a survey just released by the Anti-Defamation League also found that marginalized groups experience more hate.

Read: How to Hire the Right IT Employee

How to Hire the Right IT Employee

How can you overcome IT hiring challenges and find your next star staff member? Here’s some practical advice for decision-makers.

Read: NYC Department of Education Reverses Zoom Ban

NYC Department of Education Reverses Zoom Ban

Zoom worked with the department of education to address the safety issues associated with the platform.

Read: Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Many organizations forced into remote work by the coronavirus will continue with the trend in the post-pandemic economy.

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