<img src="https://ws.zoominfo.com/pixel/jnR3yw9SSE9grlKbLd12" width="1" height="1" style="display: none;">
Get Your IT Health Check

Office1 Blog

Hacker Releases Information on 320,000 Students After District Doesn't Pay Ransom

September 30, 2020 | by Curtis Buhrkuhl

Dive into this breaking news story with Office1's Curtis Buhrkuhl & Chad Koch as they discuss why this attack on a Las Vegas School District may have happened, its significance, and what we can learn from it. 

 

Chad Koch has 20 years of IT related experience and 10 years at the teaching level. His wife is a director at a school in Las Vegas and Chad heads the IT of a charter school in Las Vegas. With his vast knowledge of the school system and IT, he was able to prevent multiple attacks from penetrating the school network due to the strong security foundation he created. To tie together his 20 year IT career comes a list of certifications he's received such as A+, Security+, MCSE, and CCNA.

 

Check out the full article here!

 

Start Your Journey To Better Security

Categories: Network Security, Security Breach

Curtis Buhrkuhl

About Curtis Buhrkuhl

Curtis was born and raised in America's finest city, San Diego, CA. He has been with Office1 since 2015. Curtis has always been intrigued by computers and tech. He started by building computers in middle school and now provides consultation to our clients to organize and build their networks, helping to bring companies, both startups and established businesses, into the cloud. By partnering with Amazon Web Services, we have been able to successfully introduce a new innovative desktop experience.

blogs related to this

What Is SOC 2 Compliance? (A Guide and Checklist)

TL;DR: SOC 2 compliance isn't mandatory but necessary for any business managing or storing customer data. Although getting SOC 2 certified can be...

Network Management | A Guide and Best Practices

Network management is a difficult subject to understand. Most articles and resources are written with technical terms by or for an audience of...

How to Conduct a Cybersecurity Assessment

According to IBM and the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a single data breach in 2020 was a staggering $3.86 million - and this does not even...