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E-safety

Cambridge doubles up on data protection

Schools from the University of Cambridge can for the first time store essential research datab...

Interact with Messagemaker

Messagemaker introduces new TwittLED, a range of moving message displays that can now stream l...

Phreaking - don't be a victim

What is phreaking? And what precautions can your school take to protect themselves from fallin...

BullGuard backs anti-bullying campaign

Anti-bullying charity to host virtual march to raise awareness of the problems caused by real-...

Parents brush up on e-safety

St Leonard’s First School in Dunston has hosted a workshop to help parents ensure their chil...

Managing an online environment

Jonathan Valentine, MD at e-safety software specialist Impero, discusses how schools can prope...

SEN kids victimised online

Children with special educational needs and disabilities speak out about cyber-bullying and co...

Education sector data loss rises

Almost half of respondents to a survey at Bett 2014 admit to losing portable storage devices c...

National Cyber 10K launch

A new cyber security challenge launched by NCC Group will include judges from the University o...

Child victims of online abuse let down

Frontline professionals charged with supporting child victims of online sexual abuse say they ...

How secure is the data on your printer

Printers have far longer memories than you think. TA Triumph-Adler introduces new '€˜Security ...

Staying e-safe at school

2014 is the year to push e-safety in schools forward, says Jon Valentine, managing director at...

Cyberbullying a growing concern

ChildLine has said it has seen a large increase in the number of children contacting it about ...

Preventing online risks

A realistic approach to monitoring what students are up to online can be more effective in hel...

Beating the online bullies

Securus Software reports on how today's technology may be leaving parents out of the loop as c...

Encryption: use it or lose out

Mark James, Technical Director at online security solutions business ESET, looks at the benefi...

NSPCC warns of e-safety '€˜timebomb'

The children'€™s charity has identified abuse via the internet and mobile phones as the major ...