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DDoS, Randomizers and Viruses, Oh My!

posted Mar 30, 2016, 3:31 PM by Maureen Chertow Miller   [ updated Mar 30, 2016, 3:32 PM ]
Please join us for the April 15, 2016 IETL Meeting. The meeting will be held at West Aurora School District 129, District Office, 80 S. River Street, Aurora, Illinois 60506, from 9:00 am - Noon. The meeting will cover student data privacy, with the theme "DDoS, Randomizers and Viruses, Oh My!”

Register Here:  http://goo.gl/1KV8XH

You will hear a real-life example of a Distributed-Denial-of-Service (DDos) attack from John Reichling and Jeff McCune of St. Charles School District 303. You will get newly-released information about Randomizers from CoSN. You will discuss Security Planning Guidelines and compare notes with your colleagues about approaches to student data privacy.

You should come away from this session with the following beneficial information:

1. Awareness of the current scope of data privacy/security issues.
2. Simple methods to manage risk.
3. Answers to the question: what to do when I am hit with one of these attacks?

Here is the meeting agenda:

1. DDoS
2. Security Planning
3. Ransomware
4. Student Data Privacy Discussion
5. Summary - What to do when I am hit with an attack?