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E-Safety at EduTech Show

By Stuart Swann, Director at IE Solutions, and Vice Chair at NAPE

The Future of Security

It is becoming more and more important to keep up to date with not only cyber security but als...

Jisc's Vulnerability Assessment manages cyber attack risks

Some of the UK's leading HE and FE institutions are using the service to identify, resolve, an...

Talk Straight is awarded UK's Best Security ISP

The Internet Service Provider stood out from competitors because of its innovation and seamles...

E-Safety: Empowering a new digital generation 

We need to teach children to be better consumers of information, says Dave Saltmarsh, Global ...

What does the new GDPR legislation mean for education?

The new regulations will come into force in less than a year, and education institutions are b...

The 4-pronged approach to tackling cybercrime in education

Schools need to follow the four 'Ps' and remain constantly vigilant in this new world of digi...

Making BYOD safe for universities

Matt Green, Client Director for Education, Insight UK, talks the BYOD initiative, and how to e...

#ItsGoodToKnow: Campaign for safe WiFi spots

Rise in young people using smartphones ha led to 'safe WiFi' symbol awareness campaign

Empowering parents in the digital landscape

Digital parenting skills haven't kept pace with the development of technology, says Dr. Neelam...

Minimising the risk of school cyber attacks

Schools need to ensure they have measures in place to reduce the risk of cyber attacks or 'ped...

Cyber bullying inspires West End production

Anna Ledwich will direct Cookies, a play inspired by real life experiences of cyber bullying

Getting Schooled: 8 Steps to Protect You from Ransomware

Prevention is better than cure when it comes to ransomware and your institution, says Stu Sjou...

E-safety in schools: Beverley Smith

The Director of Friendly WiFi talks online safety

The new wave of secure printing tech: protecting your data

BYOD poses risks for data protection. Here's how to keep data safe with multi-use printers

eSafety in schools

Sophie Beyer asks industry experts: how do we keep kids safe when using the latest edtech?

How to create an acceptable usage policy

Inappropriate content, cyber bullying and abuse of digital privileges are just some of the ris...

E-safety in schools: Stella James

The Founder of Gooseberry Planet talks keeping children safe when using the latest edtech

E-safety in schools: Simon Pridham

The Education Director of Aspire 2Be and former headteacher talks keeping children safe whilst...

Edtech: Keeping children safe

How do we keep children safe using the latest edtech and what do teachers need to know?

E-safety in schools: Mark Bentley

Mark Bentley, from London Grid for Learning Safeguarding Board talks keeping children safe whi...

E-safety in schools: Laura M Knight

The Director of Digital Learning at Berkhamsted School discusses how to keep children safe onl...

E-safety in schools: Henry Seddon

The VP EMEA at Duo Security talks keeping kids safe when using the latest edtech

E-safety in schools: Graeme Lawrie & Sarah Williamson

The Director of Innovation and Outreach and Director of Information Systems at Sevenoaks Schoo...

BTEA students pilot GCHQ's CyberFirst Programme

Students were the first to learn how to become cyber security specialists

E-safety in schools: Al Kingsley

Group Managing Director of NetSupport Ltd, Al Kingsley, talks keeping pupils safe online

Expert: Making school eSafety practical and effective

Al Kingsley, Group Managing Director of NetSupport Limited, talks keeping pupils protected onl...

York doubles up on data security

The University of York deploys Duo Security's two-factor authentication system to keep data sa...

Students and Pornography: Having the Right Conversation

Therapist Catherine Knibbs gives her three golden rules for ensuring an effective dialogue on ...

What are geofences and how do they protect children?

Despite the increasing popularity of mobile devices there is still concern about how we protec...

How to introduce Bring Your Own Device in schools

What are the benefits and risks of BYOD?  Paul Dredge outlines how to bring BYOD into use scho...

Cyber security in education

When it comes to cyber security, there is no such thing as locking the stable door after the h...

Children being exposed to inappropriate content online

Parents consider the ability to block inappropriate content as the most valuable feature of in...

Start with the data

In light of the recent NHS cyber attacks, Data Protection is only getting tougher, says Ravi P...

How risk-proof are your school's IT systems?

Expert insight at ground-level in technology based risks

Can mobile technology enhance the school day?

Mobile technology can help schools become safer, more supportive and happier places to teach a...

How secure are your school's IT systems?

Kat Howard, Senior Educational Consultant and Online Safety Lead at RM Education, explains how...

Educating your employees

Why staff are your most valuable asset when it comes to data security

Technology is a key concern for safeguarding in UK schools

Keeping pupils safe requires multiple layers of security technology and training, writes Barra...

Safety Net?

Are you managing your pupils? safety online? Steve Wright quizzes two schools who have put e-s...