January 14, 2015
NETWORK SECURITY FORECAST 2015
How to provide better network security; Rise in complexity and ubiquity of dangers;
Steps schools can take to protect students and systems
Who: Network security expert George Dotterer, CEO of Verite Educational Systems and
co-inventor of NetRef, a new Internet management tool for teachers
What: Forecast of the increasingly complex threats to educational security;
Discussion of considerations for buildingout a school network and Internet policies:
- Network: How to know if students are logged in on their personal devices?
- Data: Where is it going? Is it secure? Is it being shared with your students?
- BYOD: pros, cons and management tips
- Parents: How to collaborate on raising responsible digital citizens?
All NetRef booth visitors will be entered into an iPad raffle!
When: Thursday, January 22 at 2:45 pm and Friday, January 23, 11:30 am
Where: Florida Educational Technology Conf. (FETC) Booth 1010 (next to entrance)
Orange County Convention Center,Orlando, FL
Background: “NetRef has facilitated our successful transition to BYOD. With NetRef, teachers can easily select the websites they want their students to access and have confidence that students are on task. The step-by-step instructions for loading the app were spot on and our teachers are empowered to incorporate the Internet into their lesson plans knowing how easy it is to manage with NetRef.”
— Betty Nunez, Principal of Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School, Miami, Florida
Easy to use and integrate, NetRef helps teachers and students get down to the job of learning by managing access to the Internet on any device. With NetRef, schools maximize their tech investment and teachers get their classrooms back.
Verite Educational Systems is a spin-out of Verite Group, which for over 12 years has provided Subject Matter Expert (SME) services, tailored tech solutions and managed network infrastructure for government programs and corporations.