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E-safety

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...

Protecting educational institutions from DDoS Attacks

One disgruntled student being able to take down a school's entire network spells disaster

Keeping IT safe and secure

Calibre Secured's Karen Nelson considers current DfE guidance aimed at combating classroom rad...

Best practice application control, blocking doesn't conquer

We live in a world where young people and children are digital natives

GDPR:  Are you ready?

Steve Nelson, Operations Director at Calibre Secured Networks, explains how the GDPR will chan...

GDPR: prepared for change?

It is essential that the people in charge start planning their approach to GDPR compliance soo...

Three education tech trends that will supercharge the sector

Angelica Nierras, MD of Faria Education Group, predicts that the following edtech trends will ...

Secure your network or face the consequences 

Security legislation, compliance and cyber-threats make it increasingly important for schools ...

49% of British kids scared to use the Internet

We need to help rebuild children's confidence in the Internet, says Kaspersky Lab

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

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...

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

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