Infosec Partners SECURING SCHOOLS
- Safeguarding, Prevent & Duty of Care
- Risk Management, Budget optimisation & Strategy
- Securing Schools means more than just online safety
Schools are targets for a variety of predators.
There are those that lurk within social media chatrooms and games, whilst bullying and the newer threat of terrorist grooming are of significant concern. In addition, Government reports conclude that the loss of sensitive personal data may have a greater social and psychological impact on the young and vulnerable. The Big Bad Wolf is real, motivated and actively hunting personal, sensitive & financial information that your school holds.
Infosec Partners will keep the big bad wolf at bay, optimising your school’s defences and keeping you compliant.
Schools are charged with the duty to protect children in their care but given the increasing dependence on connectivity, as well as the use of the Internet as part of the standard learning approach, how can they suitably provide this?
Each year sees an ever increasing competition between schools to attract the best students and funding. A security breach could have critical impact on a schools reputation.
As any Bursar or Headmaster will know, budgets are becoming increasingly squeezed, so how can we equate the spend on security solutions with benefits to the school, especially when all areas are clamouring for more funding?
The new normal provides efficiencies and benefits to schools and pupils alike. However these technologies also provide additional blended attack vectors schools may not be prepared for.
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...motivated and actively targeting the personal, sensitive and financial information your school holds.
Read Infosec Partners' article in the Summer 2015 edition of 'The Bursar's Review'
Amidst all the noise, can your school demonstrate that it is able to provide suitable safeguarding for its pupils and be able to act upon a genuine cry for help?
Read Infosec Partners' article in the Spring 2016 edition of 'The Bursar's Review'