Webinar: The Role of School Leadership in Mitigating Cybersecurity Risk
ISANNE is pleased to introduce our new webinar series with an exciting line-up planned for 2019-2020. These one-hour webinars take place at your school. Simply use your computer's internet connection to view the ZOOM presentation with any number of participants from your school community. Participants can listen via computer speakers or over the telephone, view speaker presentations and ask questions online in real time. ISANNE will be sharing recorded sessions which can then be viewed at later dates.
Registration is free to ISANNE members. Once you complete your registration and email will be sent to you with the Zoom presentation information. Simply follow the links to join the webinar.
Independent schools reported a 90% increase in negative impacts as a result of cybersecurity incidents between 2017 and 2018. While the IT department can be an important ally, this work must be managed by senior leadership and should be part of a broader risk management strategy. Hear about challenges independent schools have experienced and learn to develop a strategy and road map to address these risks. Also, October is National Cyber Awareness Month. Our presenters will be sharing resources that are only available during Cyber Awareness month. Be sure to attend or listen to the recording early enough to take advantage of these!
Alex Inman is the founder of Educational Collaborators (EC), a global edtech consulting and professional learning firm. EC is a partner of companies such as Google, Microsoft, Lenovo, HP, CDWG, Best Buy and others. A 20 year veteran of independent schools, Alex has been a classroom teacher, edtech coordinator, and CIO. In 2012, The National School Board Association named Inman as the first independent school educator on their “20 to Watch” list of national education leaders.
Shandor Simon serves as the director of technology at the Latin School of Chicago. In his tenure at Latin, Simon has focused on technology infrastructure, databases, technical support, educational technology, and computer science. He led the effort to build a JK-12 Computer Science program and create a Makerspace. Prior to joining Latin in 1999, he worked at the University of Chicago, including four years at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools where he was the first full-time technology employee and built the Information Systems department from the ground up. He serves on the board of the Lake Michigan Area Independent Schools (LMAIS), the CybatiWorks Advisory Board, and the Blackbaud K-12 Advisory Board.
This webinar is free to ISANNE members