Cybersecurity in Independent Schools

Full-Day Hands-On Institute at the ATLIS Annual Conference

2-Day Cybersecurity Summit in Partnership with HAIS
July 21-22, 2020

Members can access resources in the ATLIS Cybersecurity Collection. Not a member? Join now.

Cybersecurity Symposium at the ATLIS Annual Conference

Full Day, Intensive, Hands-On

Sunday, April 5, 2020
10 am - 4 pm (lunch included with registration)
Chicago Marriott Magnificent Mile

Separate registration required: Members, $249; Non-Members, $349

In a world where cyber attacks continue to evolve and where new dangers emerge for possibly compromised data, independent schools are not immune. Using a roadmap that details safe practices for data management and cyber safety, technology leaders can strategize what they need to do to establish a necessary standard of care to protect their schools from the real dangers that threaten its cyber safety.

Thought leaders from the independent school community lead this in-depth full-day hands-on Institute on cybersecurity best practices and risk management to help schools secure their resources and protect identity data in an ever-changing cyber threat landscape. 

This Institute can be attended multiple times, to learn about the latest developments of concern to independent schools and to revisit ongoing planning to make schools safe. 

Facilitators
Jamie Britto, Chief Information Officer, Collegiate School, VA
Denise Musselwhite, Chief Information Officer, Trinity Preparatory School, FL


2 Full Days, Hands-On PD
with the Hawai'i Association of Independent Schools

Cyber Safety Leadership Summit for Independent Schools

When: July 21 & 22
Location:Punahou School, Honolulu, HI
Cost: HAIS & ATLIS Member - $395 / Non-Member Price - $445
Registration: https://www.hais.us/workshops

In a world where we can no longer ignore cyber threats, independent schools are no exception. Thought leaders from the independent school community lead this in-depth two-day workshop on cybersecurity and risk management. Participants will review ATLIS recommendations and apply community best practices for securing digital resources. The summit will include time for reflection and planning the necessary work of leading their schools in an implementation roadmap for integrating safe practices for data management and cyber safety. With this essential leadership programming, you will take important steps to protect your school and its most valuable resources from the real dangers that threaten its cyber safety.


Facilitators
Susan Davis, Professional Development Director, ATLIS
Alex Inman, Founder and President, Educational Collaborators
Denise Musselwhite, Chief Information Officer, Trinity Preparatory School, FL