Cyber Security for Educational Leaders
A Guide to Understanding and Implementing Technology Policies
Routledge – 2013 – 160 pages
As leaders are increasingly implementing technologies into their districts and schools, they need to understand the implications and risks of doing so. Cyber Security for Educational Leaders is a much-needed text on developing, integrating, and understanding technology policies that govern schools and districts. Based on research and best practices, this book discusses the threats associated with technology use and policies and arms aspiring and practicing leaders with the necessary tools to protect their schools and to avoid litigation.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Total Cost of Ownership
Chapter 3: Acceptable use policy
Chapter 4: Authentication policy
Chapter 5: Internet use policy
Chapter 6: Access policy
Chapter 7: Auditing policy
Chapter 8: Physical policy
Chapter 9: Analysis policy
Chapter 11: Cyber Risk Assessment Checklist Profile and Questionnaire
Chapter 12: Electronic Bullying
Chapter 13: Electronic Sexual Harassment
Chapter 14: Basics of Copyright and Fair Use
Richard Phillips is Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction at Delaware State University, USA.
Rayton R. Sianjina is Chair of Education, Director of Graduate Education Programs, and Professor of Education and Instructional Technology at Delaware State University, USA.