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E-safety

Keeping the internet safe for schools

On Safer Internet Day, Florian Malecki, international product marketing director at SonicWall ...

Oxford's Rye St Antony School teach pupils online safety

Children and adults are learning how to be safer online this years Safer Internet Day

Schools hit by ransomwares demands

Schools Broadband warn about potential ransomware methods and advises what to do if your schoo...

5 ways to keep your classroom safe this safer internet day

It's Safer Internet Day! Here are a few tips to help keep your pupils safe online

Smallpeice Trust teach Year 9s about cyber security

The education charity wants to teach children to become Cyber Security Professionals

New trends in children's internet use

Research shows very young children using tablets, new online trends and safety issues

What you don't know, can't hurt you... can it?

Parents need to explore the online world with their children, and encourage them to play onlin...

Keeping kids safe online: all our responsibility

Parents and teachers need to work together to help children safely navigate the world wide web...

Digital devices in schools - integral but it has its risks

Andrew Sheldon at Evidence Talks, explains what can be done to investigate abusive and illegal...

Schools IT & Safeguarding: What's new?

Tips to help keep school children safe while online from Hannah Sang, Datcom's Business Growth...

Securing network needs

Shaun Phillips, Calibre Secured Networks, offers advice about secure education networks and ke...

Have we created unsocial media?

Social media leaves people feeling down, research reveals

Do Ofsted's recent safeguarding changes require improvement?

By Barry Richardson, Creative Director, The Worrinots

Education sector is primary target for ransomware attacks

Andy Norton outlines the risks of ransomware

Parents go back to school to learn about internet safety

The workshops will teach pupils and their parents about staying safe on the internet

Childnet launches new cyberbullying guidance

Internet safety charity has launched the resources to support schools develop effective strate...

Learning the ropes

How education needs to tackle the growing threat of ransomware

Cyber academy to fast-track next gen security experts

The academy will give students the tools they need to fight cyber attacks

Schools battling online abuse from parents

New data reveals that school leaders across the country receive negative or offensive comments...

Askfm brings its online safety roadshow to Epsom College

Pupils learned how to be safe online and the dangers of cyberbullying

Computers have altered children's ability to imagine

Art of Technology Schools competition shows dramatic changes in kids' creative thinking

Keeping children safe online: advice for parents and schools

It's so easy for kids to get online today. How can we make sure they're kept safe?

The MOD installs My Concern® in 21 schools worldwide

The software will be used to protect students online

The secret cyber-life of ten year olds

By the age of ten, children break the rules set by parents to keep them safe online

DfE statutory guidance comes into force

Steve O'Connell offers advice on the newly implemented Department of Education's statutory gui...

Childnet launch e-safety programme for primary schools

Innovative peer-to-peer education programme now open to all UK schools

Six out of 10 universities have been victims of ransomware

Freedom of Information requests reveal worrying figures

IT Monitoring for educational institutions

IT environments at educational and research institutions often have to deal with typical chall...

Is online bullying replacing traditional bullying?

By Sam Pemberton, CEO of Impero Software

Keeping children safe in education

Does your school's online safety meet Ofsted's latest safeguarding measures?

Sexting, child abuse in the digital age?

Bolt Bourdon Kemp raise awareness of the dangers of sexting

Cyberphobia... what are parents worried about?

Barry Richardson, Creative Director, Oakley Mobile examines parental concern over the rise of ...

Why restricting access isn't the answer

Blocking or restricting access prevents kids from learning to navigate the online world safely...

Tackling online bullying needs a two-pronged approach

It's up to teachers and parents to recognise the signs of cyber bullying, and to nip it in the...

Cyber bullying - could you spot the subtle signs?

Online safety training should be inherent in teacher training courses, says Paul Hague

Beating the bullies - a joint effort

Parents and schools need to work together to both educate and protect their children against c...

Spotting the bully, online and off

It is often unhelpful to see online and offline bullying as different, says Mark Bentley

Are kids cyber savvy?

David Mole, Kaspersky Lab, says that just because children are tech savvy, doesn't mean they k...

Beating the cyber bullies

We ask the roundtable: How do we keep kids safe from online bullying?

Childnet launches Trust Me

New resource from Childnet helps young people become critical thinkers online