Ohio Schools Get New Cybersecurity Resource
School districts in Ohio have been given a new online resource to help them improve their cybersecurity posture.
The new resource was developed through the combined efforts of the Ohio Department of Education’s Cyber Security Steering Committee: the Center for Internet Security, the Department of Homeland Security, Filament Essential Services, Information Technology Centers, the Management Council of the OECN, MS-ISAC, OARnet, Ohio CoSN, Ohio Department of Education, Ohio National Guard, and Ohio school districts.
The DOE said that the new site “is dedicated to supporting school districts and all members of the Ohio Education Computer Network (OECN) with cybersecurity resources.”
Visitors to the site will find information and resources that can be used to develop security programs in five key areas: identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover.
Also available on the new site is the latest information from the Center for Internet Security, including real-time news and advisories. Visitors can also use the resource to access the Center’s security tips about how to understand and mitigate current cyber-threats.