MEC Technology Audit
Information technology has changed the way organizations work in many ways. The pen and paper of manual transactions have made way for the online data entry of computerized applications. The locks and keys of filing cabinets have been replaced by passwords and identification codes that restrict access to electronic files. The implementation of innovative technology has helped organizations improve the efficiency of their business processes and increase data processing and transmission capacity, but it has also introduced new vulnerabilities. As a result, an independent technology audit is required to evaluate an organization’s capacity to safeguard information and provide assurance that adequate measures have been taken to minimize the exposure to potential risks.
with your organization to assess and evaluate your processes, make recommendations and architect solutions
Security and Privacy
Your student’s security depends on YOU
Educational institutions are often known for their diversity, inclusiveness, and openness. For learning, these ideas are paramount; however, when it comes to security, these concepts make a school especially vulnerable because of insecure networks, outdated equipment, and a lack of established protocols.
You need confidence in your security if you’re going to get the most from the latest digital innovations. But first you need to understand what you’re up against.
73% of cyberattacks come from outside of the school
50% of cyberattacks areby by organized crime
66% of schools districts do not have their systems audited by an outside organization
80% of schools do not have a cybersecurity team
44% of CTO's report their districts do not offer cybersecurity training for district employees
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