Washington Local Schools staff member certified in cyber protection, able to help police investigations

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TOLEDO, Ohio — Robert Gulick, the director of technology for Washington Local Schools, has worked in education for 30 years. He’s seen technology, and how students use it to learn, continue to evolve.

“As my career progressed and the use of technology progressed it became obvious that we needed to have the skills in-house to be able to quickly respond to situations,” Gulick said.

So, he signed up for training to become a forensic examiner, funded by the WLS technology department. In the spring of 2022, he participated in “a five-month forensic boot camp” in Florida, where he received a three-year certificate in cyber protection from the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists.

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