2014-06-24 iAdmin Smart [NASDTEC]

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These are the slides that I used in a demo webinar for NASDTEC to educate school districts and administrators on how to respond to instances of digital misconduct. The presentation covers both internal and external investigations, computer forensics, and the development of policies and procedures. If you are interested in arranging a webinar on these topics for your district, please contact me.

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2014-06-24 iAdmin Smart [NASDTEC]

  1. 1. iAdminSmart Developing Effective Policy and Forensic Procedures for School Districts and Schools Frederick S. Lane NASDTEC Webinar 24 June 2014
  2. 2. Background and Expertise • Attorney and Author of 7 Books • Impact of Technology on Law, Society & Privacy • Computer Forensics Expert -- 15 years • Numerous Lectures to School Districts, Administrators,Teachers, PTOs & PTAs, and Students • 10 yrs on Burlington VT School Board
  3. 3. Lecture Overview • Typical Investigations • Internal Digital Investigations • External Digital Investigations • A Quick Intro to Computer Forensics • Developing Effective Policies and Procedures • The Importance of Education
  4. 4. Typical Investigations • Lack of Productivity • Hostile Emails,Texts, etc. • Indecent / Obscene Web Sites • Cyberbullying / Cyberharrassment • Sexting / Sextortion • Inappropriate Teacher / Student Communications • Voyeurism / Solicitation / Sexual Assault
  5. 5. Internal Digital Investigations • Typical Triggering Events: • Student / Parent Complaint • Report by Teacher • Flagged by IT Department • Disruption of Educational Environment • Best Reserved for Non-Criminal Incidents • Early Involvement of Parents / Guardians • Follow Established Procedures • Be Aware of Privacy Concerns • Consider Potential for Civil Litigation
  6. 6. External Digital Investigations • Typical Triggering Events: • Student / Parent Complaint • Report by Teacher or IT Department • Disruption of Educational Environment • Independent Law Enforcement Investigation • Involve SRO / Police as Soon as Possible • Critical to Follow Established Procedures • Remember Watergate (No Cover-ups, Preserve Evidence) • Still a Potential for Civil Litigation
  7. 7. Intro to Computer Forensics • The Delete Key Is a Myth • Multiple Sources of Electronic Data • Fourth Amendment Considerations • Warrants, Field Previews, and Seizure • Mirror Imaging • Forensic Software Suites and Special Tools • Don’t Confuse IT with Computer Forensics
  8. 8. Policies & Procedures • Overall Policy Goals: • Holistic:They Apply to Everyone in District • Proactive: Adopted Before Problems Arise • Tech-Positive: Not Just “Thou Shalt Not” • Involve Community in Drafting Policies • Issues to Consider: • Standards of Behavior / Acceptable Uses • Handling of Electronic Evidence • Disciplinary Proceedings and Punishment • Keep Policies and Procedures Updated!
  9. 9. Ongoing Education • The Best Investigation Is the One That Doesn’t Take Place • Annual Professional Development for Educators • Incorporate Policy Goals into Curricula • Age-Appropriate Language for Students • Don’t Forget to Educate School Board Members and Parents
  10. 10. Three Webinars for Districts • iParentSmart • Based on Cybertraps for theYoung (2011) • Education and Solutions for Parents • iTeachSmart • Based on Cybertraps for Educators (June 2014) • Professional Development for Educators • iAdminSmart • Overview of Law, Forensic Procedure, and Best Practices for School Districts • Prevention and Incident Response
  11. 11. Contact Information • E-Mail: • FSLane3@gmail.com • Telephone: • 802-318-4604 • Twitter • @Cybertraps, @FSL3 • LinkedIn: • www.linkedin.com/in/fredericklane/ • SlideShare.net • www.slideshare.net/FSL3 Cybertraps.wordpress.com
  12. 12. iAdminSmart Developing Effective Policy and Forensic Procedures for School Districts and Schools Frederick S. Lane NASDTEC Webinar 24 June 2014

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