#edsec

Every day, endless tech products (both consumer and educational) present learning opportunities in K12 classrooms. While many tools are vetted by educators on their content, few are vetted on their technological underpinnings. How can you tell if an app is doing what its makers claim that is doing, or if it is trustworthy enough to maintain student data? I’m on a mission to improve security + privacy in educational technology by :

  • giving educators easy-to-implement information security practices in the classroom that protect student data and build responsible technology habits
  • raising awareness of the lack of privacy + security measures in edtech in the security, hacker, and technology communities.

 

Articles

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How to Teach Computer Security Skills

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Grooming Students for A Lifetime of Surveillance

 

 edsurgeDon’t Get Shellshocked: The Latest Security Loophole that Could Put Student Data at Risk

edsurge Why Net Neutrality Matters for Education

 

edsurgeStopping the #Heartbleed: What Edtech Entrepreneurs Must Let Users Know

logo-mindshiftHow Educators Can Protect Students’ Data from Security Breaches

 

Talks

Educational Collaborators San Francisco Summit featuring Google for Education June 11th + 12th, 2014 at Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep, San Francisco, CA

BSidesLV: #edsec: Hacking for Education
August 4, 2014 at the Tuscany, Las Vegas, NV

 

 

 

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