How can school districts improve security for student and teacher devices, maintain quality of learning in any learning environment, and protect against phishing attempts and fraudulent unemployment claims? In this Tech & Learning Roundtable, sponsored by Cisco, Dr. Kecia Ray talks with thought leaders about ways they can ensure greater connectivity while staying safe both on and off campus.
What you’ll learn:
How districts can protect their data by easily integrating all of their technology.
How districts can block phishing attempts and fraudulent unemployment claims.
How to prevent security breaches with any student devices.
How to give your teachers the tools and support they need to easily keep data and devices secure.
Dr. Kecia Ray, Tech & Learning Brand Ambassador
Drew Lane, Executive Director of ICT, Shawnee Mission School District, KS
Tendaji Jamal, CITO, Pasadena USD, CA
Mary Schlegelmilch, Business Development Manager, Cisco
All attendees will receive a 'Certificate of Completion' from Tech & Learning, which can be used towards one hour of Professional Development.
☕ Plus, enjoy a coffee on us! Attendees working in the education sector will receive a $5 Starbucks coffee voucher once they've attended as a thank you.*
Who should attend?
This event is designed for educators, policymakers and industry professionals.
Audience members include K-12 Decision-makers, IT professionals and leaders.
*Coffee vouchers are for event attendees working within the education sector. Registrants must attend at the time of the event and for the duration of the whole event to receive their voucher. Not valid for on-demand viewing. One voucher per registrant / device. Vouchers will be emailed within three working days of the event and valid only for US, UK & Canada residents. Future Plc reserves the right to request proof of work in education. No cash or other alternative available. Voucher redeemable in accordance with Starbucks voucher terms and conditions.
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