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New Research: 2022 Device Security Survey shows that one in five employees in the UK has been directly involved in a security breach or loss of sensitive data

With cyberattacks against British organisations continuing to tick up, Impero Connect commissioned a survey to investigate how remote work has impacted employees. Researchers queried 2,000 employees across four industries that process sensitive data: financial services, healthcare, education, retail, and manufacturing. The results show 91% of employees who have been involved in a security incident use personal …

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5 Things Your Students are Doing on Their Devices that You Can’t See

One of the main reasons why teachers look into classroom management software is because they want to be able to see what their students are doing on their school-provided devices; however, did you know that most classroom management software programs only ...
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How to Prevent Third-Party Data Breaches

Companies that know how to prevent a data breach can avoid costly fines, loss of business, and damage to their reputation. With more and more collaboration between organizations, vendors, suppliers, and users happening online, the threat of third-party data breaches ...
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9 MSP Data Breach Response Best Practices

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have to safeguard their own data as well as that of their clients. With cyberattacks that continue to leverage phishing and ransomware, the importance of data breach response best practices cannot be underestimated. According to a 2020 ...
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On-Premise vs. Cloud Solutions: What’s the Difference?

On-premise IT solutions are those in which data, applications, and software are powered entirely by in-house computer servers. Cloud-based solutions rely on the internet to connect users to third-party servers that power their applications and make data accessible via the ...
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What we learned about student mental health from the pandemic

As schools reopen, we are all asking the same question: are we ready? The pandemic has flipped the ways teachers teach and students learn upside down. Schools have had to quickly adapt to continuously changing classroom environments, some teachers opened ...
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Applying the American Rescue Plan to education technology and learning loss

On March 11, 2021, Congress passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package that, among many other things, provides critical funding for public schools.   While similar to the CARES Act, this new stimulus package, called the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency ...
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