Nov 022014
 November 2, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Korea Herald reports:

The need to create an environment for better protecting students’ private information in the age of cloud computing was the hot topic at a recent seminar hosted on Friday by the Student Privacy Association, a civil watchdog group committed to protecting students’ personal information.

A dozen experts and officials from local security firms, civil groups, and educational institutes gathered in Seoul to discuss how to enhance data security, particularly in the school computer networks where student information is often easily accessible.

Noting such concerns, software giant Microsoft, teaming up with private firms including developers for curriculum software, pledged to deploy measures for improved data protection at schools.

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