The implementation of technology in schools supports personalized learning and drives student-centered outcomes. However, it also broadens the school’s digital landscape, which can make schools a target for cyberattacks. In fact, 60 percent of US K-12 data breaches in 2018 included student data.
What’s more, schools are filled with inquisitive minds and students and teachers often use any available technology to fulfill their learning needs. This further opens the door to breaches through unsecured apps and devices. As a result, many schools choose to automate their defenses against outside threats through intelligent technology.
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