CyberSecurity Policy: Cybersecurity and Senate Bill 820
A district is required to have a cybersecurity policy in order to:
- secure district cyberinfrastructure against cyber attacks and other cybersecurity incidents.
- determine cybersecurity risk and implement mitigation planning.
The superintendent of each school district must designate someone to be the cybersecurity coordinator for the district to serve as a liaison between the district and the agency in cybersecurity matters.
The cybersecurity coordinator is required to:
- report any breach of the district’s information systems to the agency.
- provide notice to a parent or guardian of a breach that involves a student’s PIA.