The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), is a federal law enacted by the United States’ Congress to address concerns about internet access in K-12 schools and libraries. Read this brief for a concise summary of how Palo Alto Networks helps schools and libraries meet or exceed CIPA requirements while protecting students and users from unscrupulous internet criminals.



Ireland’s National Education & Research Network protects more than a million students and teachers from cyberthreats with the Security Operating Platform.
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Government use case: Maintain the integrity of election systems

Enable citizens to exercise their right to vote, preserve trust in the process, and meet recommendations and regulations for securing the vote
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Securing SSL in Education Datasheet

Selectively decrypt TLS/SSL traffic to maintain network security and stop malware
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Cybersecurity for K-12 Districts and Schools Platform Brief

Overview of how K-12 schools can secure network, endpoint, and cloud environments with the Security Operating Platform
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Security Reference Blueprint for K-12 Education IT (2017)

The Security Reference Blueprint for K-12 Education suggests a framework to augment the security of existing infrastructure while reducing the operational demands on IT and security teams. Using this blueprint enables education security and IT professionals to keep students, staff, and their data safe while providing appropriate network security for diverse groups of users, detect and automatically block ransomware and other threats, and comply with applicable policies and regulations.
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Handbook: How to Create a Modern Ransomware Strategy

Read this handbook to gain insight and best practices from your peers and industry experts on creating a modern ransomware strategy.
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