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Optimizing K-12 Device Management and Security

calendar iconThurs, April 25 | 10am - 11am PT

Since the onset of the pandemic in 2020, individual student device programs, or 1:1, have become the new normal for most K-12 schools. An increase in devices means an increase in device management challenges. Student devices need to be accounted for, accurate end-of-year inventory reports completed, and devices prepared for the next school year. Often thousands of devices are unreturned, which is a drain on budgets.

Cyberattacks against K-12 school systems and student data privacy continue to surge. In the US, valuable information such as students’ names, birth dates, and even Social Security numbers can often be found on school-issued devices, making K-12 school systems highly attractive targets for cybercriminals.

By combining student device visibility and control capabilities with an annual missing device collection service, school districts can ensure that device fleets are managed and protected all year long, the usage of federal funding for mandated 1:1 programs is accounted for, and device loss is being reduced. 

On this webinar, industry specialists dive into the ways Absolute can support K-12 IT leaders to protect student devices and data, while saving on budget.

Key Highlights include:

  • Device security
  • Effective inventorying
  • Protecting sensitive student and staff data
  • Ensuring compliance with regulatory standards
  • Providing accountability when using taxpayer funds

Register for this live webinar to hear from our experts on establishing a comprehensive cybersecurity approach for your school district.

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Agenda

APRIL 25, 2024

10:00-10:05 PT
Welcome & Speaker Intros
10:05-10:35 PT
A Comprehensive Approach to K-12 Device Management & Security
10:35-10:50 PT
Customer Testimonials
10:50-11:00 PT
Q&A

Speaker

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Warren Young

Area Vice President | Education | Absolute

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Chris Warden

Host | K12 Tech Talk Podcast

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Josh Umphrey

Chief Technology Officer | Olathe Public Schools

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Erik Greenwood

Chief Technology Officer | Anaheim Union High School District

"Absolute helps us maximize the number of laptops we get back in a timely manner. [This is important because] if we don’t have the equipment in place, we can’t equip our students." 

Erik Greenwood, CTO, Anaheim Union High School District 

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