Cybersecurity Leadership

Safeguarding Student and School Privacy

student privacy
Written by Miguel Guhlin

Ensuring that your network and student privacy are guarded can be a difficult task. TCEA’s Leadership Summit has resources to help you be successful.

Safeguarding student privacy and the security of networks remains a key priority for education leaders. In December, 2016, school leaders came together to match answers to tough questions as they heard from industry experts on ways to protect what is most important to them. In this blog entry, learn how to get access to the powerful presentations and conversations that took place.

Mark Your Calendars! The 2017 TCEA Technology Leadership Summit is scheduled for Friday, May 12, 2017. Register now for this event.

How Do I Get the Summit Resources?

You can access the audio, presentation slides, and more of the sessions online now for a nominal fee ($49). You will need to have a TCEA log in.

What Exactly Will I Get?

Presentation slides, pictures,and  audio recordings of the high-level speakers will be yours to explore and reflect on. In addition to Bill Fitzgerald’s (of Common Sense Media) keynote, critical areas addressed include:

  • Understanding DDoS Attacks,
  • Securing Single-Sign-On (SSO)
  • Security/Privacy Legislative Panel

TCEA’s Commitment

TCEA is committed to creating professional learning and networking opportunities that address the needs of Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) and Directors/Coordinators of Technology in K-16 education institutions. Be sure to join your colleagues at the Friday, May 12, 2017 event.


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About the author

Miguel Guhlin

Director of Professional Development at TCEA
A former director of technology, Miguel brings a unique perspective to TCEA’s professional development team. He specializes in Microsoft’s educational products and has extensive instructional technology experience. A prolific writer, Miguel blogs at Around the Corner and for TCEA’s TechNotes Blog. Miguel earned both his Master’s degree in Bicultural/Bilingual Studies with an ESL Concentration and his B.A. at University of Texas, San Antonio.

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