AllOnGeorgia: GA Dept of Education Providing Cybersecurity Infrastructure for All School Districts

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The Georgia Department of Education is working to expand cybersecurity resources to every school district in the state.

At its December meeting, the State Board of Education approved State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ recommendation to provide licensing for a nationally recognized cybersecurity platform to each school district, through a contract with the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA). GaDOE is dedicating $970,000 in federal funds to the licenses; school districts will not be responsible for any of the cost.

Read the full article at AllOnGeorgia.com

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