Survival on the K-12 Cybersecurity Frontier

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Even with the average cost of a successful cyberattack on a K-12 school now topping $2.5 million (lost productivity, data recovery, legal fees, etc.), less than half of all K-12 schools currently have a cybersecurity plan in place. Why?  

This ACP CreativIT blog post provides perspective and insight into the current K-12 cybersecurity crisis, and an overview of multiple options to help K-12 schools improve their cybersecurity posture. ACP offers decades of experience supporting K-12 students, educators, and administrators across the Midwest and a variety of IT solutions to fit a wide range of budgets and timelines. ACP is committed and passionate about providing the highest levels of security and confidentiality.

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