Cyber Threats

Advance Threat Protection for Cyber Threats and Attacks In an effort to keep educational data safe and minimize cyber threats/attacks through the K-12 network, the following guidelines must be followed statewide. All computers and servers must have all operating system updates and patches installed. All computers running Windows 7 or an ...

Infrastructure & Network Operations

secondlaunchWV Virtual Office 365 Trainings Cyber Threats About Us The Office of Network & Infrastructure’s handles a variety of tasks, including (a) maintaining data center infrastructure including servers, routers, switches, filters, and firewalls; (b) maintaining statewide network and internet access to K-12 schools across the state; (c) maintaining WVDE ...

Get Involved

Though the greatest supplier of equipment and digital items come from West Virginia state agencies, private organizations such as Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Mountaineer Gas and the West Virginia Air National Guard have partnered with SecondLaunch to donate equipment. If you would like more information on the secondlaunchWV program, including how to donate, use the ...

Benefits

Recycled technology is beneficial to students beyond simple digital literacy: it promotes workplace soft skills such as critical thinking, independent research and cross-technology proficiency. As of 2018, the West Virginia Department of Education has partnered with several Career Technical Education centers to reconstruct the wiped equipment for use in their counties. Additionally, the Library ...

secondlaunchWV

Benefits Get Involved Early Elementary Technology Request K-12 Technology Request The secondlaunchWV initiative is technology recycling at its best. Through the initiative, which was launched by the West Virginia Department of Education in June 2015, computers and other technology equipment no longer being used by state agencies are donated to ...

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