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Thursday, February 6 • 1:35pm - 2:25pm
School Cyber Security: Lessons Learned From Real World Cases

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Minnesota school districts are continuing to grapple with data and information privacy coupled with security in an age where everything is becoming digital. As our districts' data and information becomes digital, technical solutions can be employed to help protect it, but our greatest risk will always remain the human element. In this interactive session we will examine common information security scenarios and participants will engage with these scenarios to better understand their organizations' preparation for a security incident.

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Anthony Padrnos

Executive Director of Technology, Osseo Public Schools
Anthony has been involved with educational technology integration for many years as a classroom teacher, consultant, and technology administrator. Anthony has a B.A.S. in Mathematics Education with a certificate in educational computing and technology from the University of Minnesota... Read More →
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Cory Klinge

Director of Technology, Richfield Public Schools
Cory Klinge has 18 years of education and technology experience. He is the Director of Technology in Richfield, MN. Cory earned his MA at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and is finishing his EdS license program at Concordia University in St Paul, MN. Cory is a former American... Read More →
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Mike Dronen

Executive Director of Technology, Minnetonka Public Schools
Mike Dronen is the Executive Director of Technology for the Minnetonka Public Schools. He's been a middle school science teacher, science department chair and mentor for new science teachers, lab compliance officer, web application developer, IT project manager, IT director and contributing... Read More →

Thursday February 6, 2020 1:35pm - 2:25pm CST