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E-safety

Fake emails and how machine learning can help intercept them

Armen Najarian, CMO at Agari, discusses the threat of phishing emails to universities, and how...

Google releases new safety resources for teachers

The online resources are dedicated to helping teachers educate students about staying safe onl...

Education employees lack confidence in sector cybersecurity

New research from LAN3 reveals that cybersecurity strategy is a key concern for those in the e...

How universities can keep cybercriminals at bay

Educational institutions are under increasing attack from cybercriminals looking to exploit op...

Digital Schoolhouse report shows confidence in e-safety

The report, for which over 2,000 children gave their views on e-safety, showed a promising num...

10 inexpensive ways to vanquish cyber spies in education

"Addressing the cyber threat is imperative for schools and universities," says Micha...

Preventing children from slipping through the net

NordVPN offers eight tips for staying safe online

Phishing scam targets universities

A large-scale phishing campaign has targeted universities across the world to gain access to i...

Schools can help prevent pupils becoming caught in the net

Elijah Lawal, Google UK's Online Safety Communications Manager, outlines five core areas of on...

Why WiFi is a prevalent issue for schools

Paul Routledge, Country Manager at D-Link, discusses the importance of safeguarding and securi...

Logging hours: how long should kids spend online?

Online safety expert, Mark Bentley, discusses screen-time hygiene and how teachers and parents...

Schools must secure their endpoints

Sponsored: The growing sophistication of attacks means keeping up to date with methods is now ...

GDPR is here - so what happens next?

It is an ongoing journey for all organisations, says Steve Forbes, Security, Compliance and On...

Online bullying affects over half of UK children

A new study has found that 55% of children have been bullied or abused online, and it is a top...

The new world of GDPR

Sponsored: Helping the education sector on its journey to compliance

Navigating the vendor line-up to find the right tech partner

Jonathan Whitley, Northern European Sales Director at WatchGuard, explores one of the most imp...

Today's gamers can be the cyber security stars of tomorrow

Head of Research and Development at the SANS Institute, James Lyne, on how and why we need to ...

Passing Cisco CCNA Cyber Ops 210-250 Certification Exam

With threats at a high level and reputation and wealth at stake, the need for experts about cy...

Education sector increases focus on cyber security

Chris Ross, SVP International at Barracuda, looks at how schools and colleges are working to p...

Password safety: why it's time to get tough

Dr John Chapman, Security Operations Centre Manager at Jisc, highlights the risk of choosing p...

Machine learning on the fly

Jonathan Whitley, Northern European Sales Director at WatchGuard, discusses machine learning

Webinar: Using Big Data to Safeguard & Protect in Education

Watch this webinar to discover what is meant by safeguarding. Why is it critical to ICT mgt in...

Online safeguarding: trends, tools and guidelines for 2018

By Charlotte Aynsley, Online Safety Consultant at RM Education and owner of E-safety Training ...

Solving the conundrum of safeguarding in education IT

From hallway monitor to network overseer, safeguarding requirements in schools have developed ...

Teaching digital citizenship

Sponsored: Respect and kindness are the key themes of Safer Internet Day 2018. Here are four l...

New resources launched to tackle sexual assault in schools

New online resources are designed to help staff foster a healthy atmosphere

Password guidance can dramatically improve account security

Technology users who receive even basic guidance on passwords were dramatically better protect...

Survey says curriculum is 'putting children at risk'

Research suggests only 10% of UK parents are 'very confident' their children are getting the b...

Survey finds over half of parents worry about their children

Parents are concerned their children will harm future job prospects with their social media ha...

Empower departments to manage their own access control

Access control solution is essential for all organisations, especially those based over multip...

GDPR: are you ready?

The new GDPR regulations come into force on May 25. We asked the experts what educational lea...

Guide for teachers: how to keep your students safe online

Sponsored: The omnipresent internet has brought us new categories of hazards

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...