Can the minister guarantee that an online teaching platform that only works at night will not be the target of a hacker attack?


The National online learning platform is being tested for several days in a row. Many users, parents and students, but also the teachers themselves have a problem joining, and some say it only works in the evenings.

But how secure is the National platform? This question has not been asked so far. How much security is offered to our children when turning on the platform itself? The platform itself will have personal data from students and teachers. Does anyone guarantee that the National Platform will not be the target of a hacker attack? In the past in Macedonia, the emails of the ministries, as well as the website of the SEC itself, were the target of a hacker attack.

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