Other Resources for Data Breaches

The GDPR Preparation Pack

May 31, 2017 | eLiM and Support Services for Education

The GDPR Preparation Pack

This guide is aimed at educators in the United Kingdom, though it may be useful and applicable to educators in the European Union generally. You may need an eLiM membership to access some of the resources. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on the 25th May 2018 and will cover all […]

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Data Security for Schools: A Legal and Policy Guide for School Boards

May 12, 2017 | National School Boards Association

Data Security for Schools: A Legal and Policy Guide for School Boards

Using an FAQ format, this guide offers school boards information to help them ensure that their districts have sound policies and practices in place to protect all the data created, collected and stored as part of school operations and to respond appropriately in the event of a data breach.

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Incident Response Flowchart

May 12, 2017 | iKeepSafe

Incident Response Flowchart

The Incident Response Tool and Flowchart guides administrators through all the steps of incident management: fact-finding, documentation, reporting, engaging the appropriate school officials and other stakeholders, as well as outreach to parents, students, and staff. The Incident Response Tool also helps administrators through the investigation process where they need to ask the right questions to […]

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Creating a Healthy Digital Environment for 21st Century Learners

May 12, 2017 | iKeepSafe

Creating a Healthy Digital Environment for 21st Century Learners

This case study offers the example of the Ventura County Office of Education and how they prioritized protecting personally identifiable information, passwords, network security, and data shared with third parties. It is no longer feasible for school districts to wait for an attack, breach, or mistake in data privacy to repair the security fabric of the […]

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360 Self Assessment Tool

May 12, 2017 | iKeepSafe

360 Self Assessment Tool

The Generation Safe 360 Self Assessment tool provides a review of the school’s e-safety competence and helps schools identify their progress in becoming a Generation Safe Gold Medal School. Schools rate their development of and compliance with e-safety policies. It identifies areas of concern and makes recommendations for improved e-safety readiness.

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Data Privacy Issues: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

May 12, 2017 | The National Association Of College and University Attorneys

Data Privacy Issues: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

This paper offers a broad overview of the data privacy protection regime, as it applies to institutions of higher education. Part I provides an overview of the U.S. and international data privacy protection framework. Part II offers suggestions regarding ensuring compliance and minimizing risk of data breach. Finally, Part III provides some guidelines for handling […]

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May 12, 2017 | Educause

Just in Time Research: Data Breaches in Higher Education

This “Just in Time” research is in response to recent discussions on the EDUCAUSE Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) discussion list about data breaches in higher education. Using data from the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, this research analyzes data breaches attributed to higher education. The results from this review will be used to inform EDUCAUSE […]

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The Higher Education CPO Primer, Part 1

May 12, 2017 | Educause

The Higher Education CPO Primer, Part 1

The Higher Education Chief Privacy Officers Working Group has created this resource to serve as a welcome kit for CPOs in higher education. The CPO Primer is intended to provide an overview and introductory body of knowledge to help new CPOs (or those new to higher education) better understand their job and the challenges unique […]

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College And University Data Breaches: Regulating Higher Education Cybersecurity Under State And Federal Law

May 11, 2017 | Journal of College and University Law

College And University Data Breaches: Regulating Higher Education Cybersecurity Under State And Federal Law

This article discusses the types of breaches commonly faced by higher education institutions and what steps these institutions can take to limit liability and properly respond to potential litigation. Part I will address how data breaches occur, and Part II will outline what kind of data breaches commonly affect colleges and universities, including examples of colleges and […]

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Surveying Encryption Practices of Technology Used Within Schools

May 10, 2017 | Common Sense Education

Surveying Encryption Practices of Technology Used Within Schools

This study is a result of automated tests on 1,221 logins used by 1,128 vendors for technology used in schools and by youth. We surveyed login locations (login URLs) to assess the level of basic support for encryption. While our list of sites is not exhaustive, it is representative of websites from small developers, well-established companies, […]

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