Security in Education | Expert Panel Discussion

Data#3 invited a panel of industry experts to discuss the evolving security requirements for education institutions, including the recently introduced Notifiable Data Breaches scheme and how it applies to Australian schools. The panellists share their thoughts on managing cyber threats, privacy, risk and developing a culture of security awareness within today’s schools.

Recorded live at JuiceIT, a Data#3 event, in Brisbane 2018.


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Tags: Cybersecurity, Education, Information Security, JuiceIT, JuiceIT 2018, K-12 Education, Notifiable Data Breach (NDB), Security, The Anywhere Classroom



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