I founded Tech Reformers, LLC a year ago to work as a technology consultant for K-12 school districts. The consulting work has been focused on examining District's IT and EdTech infrastructure and operations. The post Tech Reformers appeared first on John Krull.
Microsoft recently published this infographic with examples for securing Azure, but these are best practices that apply to any infrastructure. To Strengthen Access Control, the single most important practice to improve security is to implement multifactor authentication (MFA). Requiring users, especially administrators to use a phone to verify the login goes a long way to […]
School District superintendents are rightly worried about the risks involved with staff and students working from home. There were risks, of course, during pre-Covid19 times, but now, without the help of a District network protections like filters, firewalls, and logging and a watchful eye of District IT, students and staff are at an increased risk […]
Frank Catalano does a good job showcasing the resources collated by Edsurge, ISTE, CoSN, SETDA, and Digital Promise. The good thing is they put resources in one place so educators can plan strategically. I know a lot of folks are trying to help, but one off suggestions tweeted usually are not that helpful. I hope […]
DevOps is the concept of Development teams and Operations working together to provide continuous deployment. In an agile development process, code is moved to operations in short sprints often through automated process. DevSecOps adds the Security team throughout the process where older practices often had security at the beginning and end of the development process. […]