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E-safety

Guide for teachers: how to keep your students safe online

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Security and GDPR with KYOCERA

Sponsored: How KYOCERA can help you minimise risk and remain GDPR compliant

How to Maximise Online Safety at School

Online safety and security needs to be high on the agenda for schools who are increasingly rel...

UK private schools a growing target for phishing attacks

Cyber criminals see families with the income to fund private education as potential high-value...

Internet safety campaign launched for Safer Internet Day

The campaign has been launched by The Industry Trust and Into Film ahead of UK Safer Internet ...

Nationwide online safety survey launched by LGfL Digisafe

The new survey is being launched ahead of Safer Internet Day on Feb 6th, and aims to learn mor...

A balancing act: keeping children safe in school online

Claire Stead, Online Safety Ambassador for Smoothwall, discusses the challenges social media p...

Challenges facing education and cybersecurity

Dr Jamie Graves, CEO and founder of ZoneFox, discusses how schools and universities can employ...

Logon management and security in higher education

CEO and Founder of IS Decisions talks to ET about keeping university networks protected, and w...

Teachers share views on Internet Safety Strategy green paper

LGfL TRUSTnet has organised focus groups to invite teachers to share their views on the new pa...

Teachers want social media ethics taught in schools

Research finds that one in seven Gen-Zers say that social media has negatively affected their ...

Online sexual harassment a worry for UK teens

New research from Childnet warns that the UK's young people are being targeted with online sex...

37% rise in cyber bullying reported in schools

The report from online safety company, Smoothwall, also reports that 24% of teachers have had ...

1/4 of education institutions unprepared for cyber attack

The Advanced Trends Report 2017 shows the education sector is not taking security seriously en...

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The case for cloud-hosted firewalls

ICT investments remain low, making strategic and financial network investments more critical n...

The GDPR and what it means for cyber security

Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser at Jisc, talks General Data Protection Regulation and...

YoungMinds encourage taking a break from smartphones

Cyber Aware is working with the mental health charity to encourage everyone to have a #techfre...

The future of online security teaching in schools

How do we protect children from the dangers of internet use?

How do we teach students about fake news?

A guide to safeguarding critical thinking in the digital and online world

New cyber security professionals developed by Cisco and NCSA

The University of South Wales' National Cyber Security Academy will work with Cisco to close t...

Protecting data: 7 security measures your institution needs

As data protection legislation gets tighter, schools need to become extra vigilant, says Aidan...

Fears of tech addiction in kids living 'digital childhood'

Internet is now more popular than TV and 25% of toddlers have their own media device, new rese...

What students and teachers go through when IT doesn't work

A stable infrastructure & consistent network monitoring is ever more important if students & t...

Half of teachers believe students know more about IT

New research from Sophos reveals teachers' concerns about students' abilities to manipulate sc...

10 easy ways to protect your identity online

Stina Ehrensvärd, CEO of Yubico, explains how consumers can protect themselves from online ide...

NE schools unprepared for new data storage regulations

Calibre's managing director Karen Nelson says that schools need to start planning their approa...

Safeguarding students: more than just internet monitoring

Al Kingsley, Managing Director at NetSupport, explains why internet monitoring alone is not en...

Microsoft Power BI Helps School Safeguard Students

The internet is a key resource for learning and plays an important part of the recreational ac...

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...

E-Safety: Empowering a new digital generation 

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

Talk Straight is awarded UK's Best Security ISP

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

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...

Cyber bullying inspires West End production

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