It is not enough to be compliant. It is possible to be compliant and negligent in our cyber duties as Administrators. Unfortunately, the current state of K-12 is that most organizations are negligent and non-compliant. What is your organizations IT risk exposure?
What if you found out that the best thing you could do to improve your cybersecurity posture only costs time? The fact is that for most K-12 organizations this is true. Our goal is the same as your goal…to focus the precious resources given to K-12 on educating the next generation of leaders safely. Let us show you how!
It is common knowledge that there is a shortage of cybersecurity skills in the market. What is less known is the difficulty of obtaining and retaining general IT skills in K-12. Having an underlying framework enabled by intelligent technology can help drive business continuity and act as a resource and skill multiplier for your organization.
Understanding regulatory requirements continue to challenge K-12 leaders given the ambiguous verbiage and unfamiliar concepts involved. This has left most schools knowing that there is exposure, but not knowing how to address it effectively. Let Minerva EDU drive regulatory clarity and resource optimization into you Cybersecurity program.
There are multiple products that highlight policy management, when in fact most of the sharing platforms used today have the features needed to manage your policies. Our experience tells us that you should first have policies to manage. Let Minerva EDU provide program structure and the associated Policy Library to establish a formal cybersecurity program.
Risk Management continues to be unclear even among cybersecurity experts. Fortunately, our legally base proprietary approach not only provides an easy-to-understand risk model, but allows us to identify low cost opportunities to drive maturity within your existing cybersecurity program.
We do not believe in the shiny object approach to cybersecurity. We believe that data informs leaders and enables effective decision making. Our ability to provide objective and low-cost opportunities to improve cyber programs in K-12 has gained us recognition and support by some of the largest and smallest districts in the country.