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Alabama Earns an A+ For Funding Cybersecurity Education for All K-12 School Employees

NXTsoft is pleased to announce that its ThreatAdvice Educate, non-technical cybersecurity education and phishing solution has been selected as recommended solution by ALET and the Alabama Supercomputer Authority to provide ongoing non-technical cyber education and phishing training to all K-12 State of Alabama employees.  The State of Alabama has allocated fund to ensure that our Alabama school employees are properly trained on the latest cybersecurity threats and best practices.

Educating school employees on good cyber practices is an extremely important part of keeping school systems cyber-safe, and we at NXTsoft/ThreatAdvice are excited to be one of only two approved service providers for the schools in the state of Alabama. As an Alabama-based company, we have a vested interest in the safety and soundness of our Alabama schools and already count the State Department of Education as a client as well as many school systems around the state.

Any Alabama school system that selects ThreatAdvice Educate as its cybersecurity education provider will experience a meaningful learning solution for all employees. And, our team will provide world class support in assisting with onboarding your employees and managing the platform, minimizing administrative involvement as we are aware that school administrators have many complicated issues on their plates right now.

If you are an Alabama school and want a comprehensive, easy-to-implement cyber education solution, please let ALET and the Alabama Supercomputer Authority know that you would like to work with us here at NXTsoft/ThreatAdvice and we'll get started immediately so that we can have you up and running prior to September 1st.

For more information, please contact Steve Hines at shines@nxtsoft.com.