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Principle of Least Privilege

Understanding the Principle of Least Privilege The Principle of Least Privilege is the principle that users and programs should only have the necessary privileges to complete their tasks. In the case of Jurassic Park, this whole situation could have been avoided if they had applied the principle of least privilege throughout the systems in the…

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Embracing a Texas State of Mind- TCEA Bound!

We’re so excited to travel to Dallas, Texas this week for the TCEA 2022 conference, starting today, February 7th, and ending February 10th. We are still riding the wave from our trip to FETC 2022 a few weeks ago, which makes us more excited for another in-person EdTech conference. It’s good to connect with others…

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Attending Coaches Camp is a Non-Negotiable. Here’s Why.

attending coaches camp is a non negotiable

Written by Forward Edge Instructional Design Coach, Brooke Conklin. Instructional coaches support nearly every educator across a school district, yet they are rarely ever provided any professional learning opportunities on how to be a coach. We’ve got the solution you’ve been looking for: Coaches Camp. Coaches Camp was created specifically to support instructional coaches. Coaches…

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Join us at FETC!

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The 2022 FETC Conference will be in-person this year and we couldn’t be more excited to have a booth dedicated to Cybersecurity and another booth dedicated to our Edge-U Bages!  Our team of Curriculum and Technology Integration will be presenting at various times throughout the conference, which runs from January 25th- January 28th, 2022 at…

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Santa’s Coming To Town!

Image of Cyber and Physical Security

“‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;”. These classic words from The Night Before Christmas, first published in 1823, evoke images and emotions from our childhood of a time when we believed anything was possible and we were only limited by our wildest…

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