The number of cyber threats impacting schools and districts is rapidly increasing. From data breaches to phishing scams, malware infections to ransomware attacks, districts need to be equipped with the resources, tools, and training to protect their network from bad actors.
So K-12 Data Solutions is on a mission to support district technology teams develop and apply the most efficient and effective security strategies to identify indicators of compromise and mitigate security risks,
By providing access to timely, relevant, and contextual threat intelligence and posture-hardening guidance, K-12 Data Solutions helps districts prevent, detect, and respond to active and future cyber threats.
Schedule a security assessment to identify configuration errors, vulnerabilities, and abnormal network and user behavior
As a part of your security assessment, K-12 Data Solutions will complete a holistic analysis of your network, infrastructure, and on-premise, hybrid, and cloud security environment in order to provide you with:
A detailed report identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities
Strategic guidance and recommendations for remediation
Learn more about the strategies and tools to
Gather information about your potential attack surface
Use port scans, vulnerability scans, and additional information gathering tactics to achieve a complete view of your organization’s networks and systems.
Analyze network traffic with active and passive controls
Utilize Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) to understand your organization’s network patterns, monitor your network traffic, and alert your IT team of potential problems that could prevent emerging threats.
Identify and remediate gaps in the security of systems, applications, and devices on your network
Scan assets for vulnerabilities, use a defined workflow to remediate those vulnerabilities and perform continuous assessment to provide a current state of your enterprise network.
Remediate any potential security gaps that might exist.
Multiple controls implemented together, including but not limited to key management, access controls, and logging and monitoring, can create a stronger security posture that can prevent attacks, detect problems, and allow for appropriate response and recovery in the event of a security incident.