Cybersecurity Best Practices In Nonprofit Charter Schools

By Matthew Eshleman, CTO, Community IT Innovators.

Matthew Eshleman

Cybersecurity in nonprofit charter schools is different from the mid-sized nonprofit IT networks that Community IT typically supports.  Here are a few cybersecurity best practices for nonprofit charter schools that can help you keep your technology both accessible and safe.

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The opportunities for positive technology experiences and mission delivery in the nonprofit education sector are always accompanied by very real security concerns. As remote learning has evolved so rapidly recently it is not surprising that institutions are having trouble keeping up. Find a trusted technology partner to help your school navigate tech vendors. Having a technical assessment and strategic plan/budget in place is crucial to implementing change at speed.

The security issues at nonprofit charter schools are different than other nonprofit organizations, but the need for security is, if anything, more important.

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