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Tuesday, November 8 • 10:15am - 11:15am
How 'Cyber' secure is your K-12 & STEM Environment? What to look for and what not to do. LIMITED
Limited Capacity seats available

The growth of new education technologies in our classrooms is placing a huge importance on the infrastructure of a school. These infrastructures need to work without fail so that the one-to-one programs, online assessment tools and the STEM/Teaching IoT devices bring student success. With cyber breaches on the rise, this session looks at the trends in K-12 and how to secure your cyber infrastructure to adapt to these demands. Through a panel discussion, we ask “is it really secure enough for the latest teaching with IoT and STEM devices?”

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Ed McKaveney

Technology Director, Hampton Township School District
#EdTech Director @Hampton_Talbots | Chair PA @CoSN, Withrow CTO Award winner, CETL | @PAECT Board member/Outstanding Leader | @FBIPghCAAA Board member | SciTech Explorer - | | Having worked with educational technologies and media in higher education and K-12 my entire career, I have been continuously focused on faculty development, operational success, and the advancement of student learning through innovative ideas powered by technology. As... Read More →


Tuesday November 8, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 305

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