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What the FCC’s Cybersecurity Pilot Program Means for Schools

The FCC’s Cybersecurity Pilot Program is a strategic move to protect data and privacy in our nation’s K12 schools and libraries, addressing the rising tide of cyber threats.

Proactive Measures Florida Companies Can Take Now to Gain “Safe Harbor” After a Data Breach

Florida HB 473 Cybersecurity Incident Liability Act could shield Florida entities from liability claims post-data breaches, emphasizing proactive cybersecurity measures.

How to Use Staff Personas to Inform Your K12 Device Strategy

From school administrators with various operations responsibilities to teachers of different grade levels and subjects, there are different use cases to consider when developing your device procurement and device refresh strategy. This blog will leverage insights from UDT’s recent webinar (June 4), “How to Leverage ‘Back to School’ Personas to Build Your Device Strategy.” Discover ways to identify the staff-centric persona groups in your school district and how they can impact your device procurement and management considerations.

How to Use Student Personas to Inform Your K12 Device Strategy

Elementary, middle, and high school students have different learning needs; naturally, they require different devices for digital learning. This blog will leverage insights from UDT’s recent webinar (June 4), “How to Leverage ‘Back to School’ Personas to Build Your Device Strategy.” Discover ways to identify the student-centric persona groups in your school district and how they can impact your device procurement and management considerations. Learn more by viewing our webinar recording. Looking for additional support? Download our latest guide, “2024 K12 Device Strategy Guide: Choosing the Right Device for Every Learner.”

Guide – Build Your K12 Device Refresh Strategy

Four years after the pandemic, school districts are now readying up to conduct their next large-scale device refresh. Download the guide and benefit from expert insights on how to make tactical improvements to your K12 device strategy.

What AI Means for Your Next K12 Device Refresh 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming K12 education. This article discusses the role of AI-first processors in the next generation of educational devices.

The Growth of Cybercrime-as-a-Service

Learn why you should worry about Cybercrime-as-a-Service (commonly abbreviated as either CCaaS or CaaS) and what you can do to protect your business from highly organized and sophisticated criminal elements.

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Henry Fleches on AI’s role in business and UDT’s link to Intel

UDT’s Henry Fleches discusses AI’s transformative role in business. Learn how AI shapes operations and drives innovation for a competitive advantage.

Technology and workplace culture: An evolving partnership — Table of Experts

Discover how South Florida’s best workplaces leverage technology for culture and efficiency. Learn from experts at the forefront of innovation, including our Chief Technology Officer, Fernando Mejia.

UDT’s VP of Marketing Named Among Top 15 Women Leaders of Miami 2024

Women We Admire recently announced their Top 50 Women Leaders of Miami for 2024. Our very own Paula Euse was identified for her capacity to excel in the competitive IT industry and lead UDT to success

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  1. Determine which systems were impacted and immediately isolate them. Take the network offline at the switch level or physically unplug the systems from the wired or wireless network.
  2. Immediately take backups offline to preserve them. Scan backups with anti-virus and malware tools to ensure they’re not infected
  3. Initiate an immediate password reset on affected user accounts with new passwords that are no less than 14 characters in length. Do this for Senior Management accounts as well.

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