SWGfL has partnered with Schillings, a leading crisis management firm specialising in reputation, privacy and security, on a new, easy-to-understand guide to the Online Safety Bill. Aimed at young people, their parents and teachers, this simplified guide seeks to demystify the lengthy and complex regulation that sets out to make the UK ‘the safest place to be online.’
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Children moving to secondary school may change the way they use their online space.
This guide is designed to keep parents/carers and their children informed so they can stay safe online
iNEQE's safety guide.
Telegram is one of the many messaging apps available that may be more familiar due to bad press instead of good reviews. This online safety article unpacks how this app works, the controversies that surround it, the safety concerns and risks it poses to children and young people and our top tips on staying safe.
This guide has been developed for professionals who work with young people to help them understand what constitutes abusive behaviour online, the consequences of that behaviour, and where they can get help. The guide applies to professionals working in England and Wales.
This document, by the NEN, is intended for school senior leadership teams and provides an overview of what needs to be in place to keep school networks secure.
The 10 steps described here are adapted from the 2012 CESG document 10 Steps to Cyber Security. CESG is the information security arm of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
Make sure you understand where the responsibilities for maintaining all these systems and processes reside: some may be maintained in-house while others may be provided by your broadband supplier or another third party.
A comprehensive and helpful guide for parents relating to the challenges of Instagram.
The resource can be found here.
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