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  Return to the Matrix Search page. is a source of information about computers and technology. The site has connections for many resources of interest to educators as well as non-educators. These include hardware and software reviews, technology news, free downloads, latest prices, Web building, help and how to's, internet tools, and technology trends.

Guide to Integrating Forensic Techniques into Incident Response

Computer security experts at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) developed this guide to help organizations use "forensic" techniques to troubleshoot operational problems, investigate computer security or policy violation incidents, and recover from accidental system damage. The Executive Summary is of value to all administrators and you'll want to pass the full guide along to your technical support staff.

Protecting Studentsí Online Privacy in the Classroom

This helpful video and accompanying lesson plan are designed to help students and educators alike understand online privacy issues.

School CIO - Strategies for K-12 Technology Leaders

Even if you're not a Chief Information Officer, from time to time you may need to look deeper into some technology issue. The editors of Technology and Learning produce this online publication that provides ideas, strategies and resources on a wide range of technical and policy issues.

Student Cyber Safety

Concerned about cyber safety? TICAL Cadre members Gabe Soumakian, Skip Johnson, Sheila Grady, and John White share three specific web resources to inform administrators, teachers, parents, students, and the community on how to provide a safe and secure environment when using the Internet.

TidBITS - Apple news for the rest of us

TidBITS is an online newsletter and Web site devoted to coverage of the Mac, iPhone, and iPad, but also features articles of general interest. For example one interesting piece highlighted some of the risks involved when using URL shortening services. It turns out they can be used to obfuscate URLs that point to phishing sites, malware sites, and so on.
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