BYOD policy for schoolsHigh school isn't what it was 30 years ago when "The Breakfast Club" was released. Today, technology permeates every aspect of a school. Homework is assigned and submitted online, kids text and email before they actually talk to each other. Teachers have their own computers where tests, grades and records are stored. Protecting student data and school information is a serious endeavor, as challenging as any enterprise environment

Join our webinar to learn how Neal Richardson, Director of Technology and Emergency Management at Monadnock Regional School District, secures and protects the Monadnock Regional School District with Pwnie Express.

You will learn how Neal:

  • Secures the 1,700+ Chromebooks that are assigned to each student for their entire 4 years of high school
  • Monitors and protects both wired and wireless networks from unauthorized devices and threats
  • Performs continuous, passive and active vulnerability assessments of all his devices
  • Provides students with network access while protecting sensitive information - grades, PHI, PII and IEP (Individual Education Program) data 
    Leverages Pwnie Express as his go to security solution, first, before turning to IDS and SIEM  

Speaker Bios:

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Neal Richardson - CISSP, GCIH, GCIA, GSEC
Director of Technology and Emergency Management
Monadnock Regional School District