Data Breach Best Practice Guidelines
In 2006, the Kentucky General Assembly passed House Bill 341, which mandated the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) to conduct a study of the requirements for data security and a notification process when a data breach occurs. Since that legislation, the threat and occurrence of data breaches has only increased.
While the House Bill 341 study has remained an effective cornerstone of guidance, new legislation (KRS 61.931, et seq. or "House Bill 5") has added clarity, definition, and direction.
This Act concerns the protections of personal information and applies to every state agency, including KDE, every public school district, and every vendor with which we have contracts. While this document incorporates best practice that we are all encouraged to follow, it as incorporates the "have to" actions from KRS 61.931, et seq. (HB5)
District Data Breach Best Practice Guidelines.doc
Security guideline for Kentucky K-12 School districts
This document establishes a standard Security guideline for Kentucky K-12 School districts. The Kentucky State Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) performs an annual IT Security Audit for the Kentucky Department of Education that includes a security vulnerability scan and assessment of the KETS Network and all 174 Districts.
Security Best Practice.doc Security Best Practices.pdf
KETS Server Consolidation Virtualization Case Study
This study is based on the responses of six Kentucky school districts to a series of questions about their server consolidation virtualization projects. It is intended to provide planning information and help set expectations for other districts that are considering new virtualization projects or expansions of existing virtualization environments.
Server Consolidation Case Study.xls