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E-Safety Training

E-Safety Training

wendy beckett

on 18 June 2013

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Don't give out your phone number if you are unsure. Never give someones phone number without their permission. Staff must not give out their personal number to students

If you see inappropriate use of phones or tablets tell a member of the safe guarding team.

If you are the victim of offensive messages via a phone or tablet, contact the safe guarding team - do not respond to messages. If possible keep all messages as evidence
Phones and Tablets
Don't use personal equipment to take photographs of students or students work.

Ensure you have the permission of parents/carers for students under the age of 18.

Be respectful of others when using mobile phones

Do not send or download anything that is offensive
in anyway
Do not give out personal phone numbers if you are unsure. Staff must not give personal phone numbers to students.
Do not leave a phone or tablet unlocked or unattended at any time.
Think before you send! Is the message likely to cause offence, upset or be hurtful in anyway?

Be respectful of others at all times and do not use phones or tablets inappropriately or at inappropriate times
If you feel that your privacy is being invaded or are feeling uncomfortable with messages received then speak to a member of the safeguarding team. Save the text messages and take screen shots where possible as these may be important.

Click the link for the safeguarding team.
With technology growing by the day it is now very easy to access the internet from anywhere including phones, tablets and many locations.
News travels fast!
Posts or comments can go viral very quickly!
Be cautious of links they may contain a virus! If in doubt don't click links that you are uncertain of
Never arrange to meet someone you don't know alone, always tell someone where you are going and take a responsible person with you if you arrange to meet. Meet in a public place during the day when there are lots of people around.
incorrect email address
incorrect use of PayPal's branding
grammatical errors
incorrect subject heading
The link will take you a bogus site which if you were to
enter your details would then be accessible by the creators the page and you could be the victim of theft from your account.
Take care when using privacy settings ensure that you only allow others to see what you want them to see. If you are posting pictures of others make sure you have their permission. Never post photos that may cause embarrassment or harm to others.
Take care when adding friends, especially friends of friends, think, do you really know this person?
If things go wrong make sure others know. Report abusive comments and links etc.
If you see something that looks too good to be true then it probably isn't!
PC's and Laptops
PC's and Laptops
Data and Security
5 T's of
Protect yourself; do not give out your password to anyone. Create a secure password one with letters and numbers works best. Don't use words/numbers that are easy for others to guess. For more information on choosing a secure password click the link below. Staff must not give their ID cards to students for printing.
The advancement of technology means that everything is track able. Ensure you use all IT equipment responsibly. There are lots of scams on the internet particularly in email. make sure you look for the https in the address and the padlock symbol in the bottom right hand corner of the screen when using sites that require payment or when banking or ordering goods online.
If you receive a spoof/phishing email where possible forward it to the genuine company Remember banks will never ask you for login or card details in an email. Take a look at the email on the following screen how many errors can you spot?

The length of time that data needs to be kept varies depending on the data held. Some financial data for instance needs to be kept for 20 years. If you are holding data you need to take time to think about why you have the data and find out if you need to keep it. Data must be destroyed securely. If you are unsure then it is vital that you check with a member of the CIS team.
If you are unsure about data (either the collection or handling of) please check first with a member of CIS. If you feel that people are asking for sensitive data unfairly then please check with a member of CIS before giving the information.

To find out more information on the data protection act click the link below:-

If you feel threatened, or feel that your privacy is being invaded, or that someone has tried to hack your information report this to a member of the CIS or E-Services team.
Do not leave your swipe card around for others to use. Remember everything is traceable and if a computer/tablet/phone is logged in as you, you are responsible. Ensure you logout after printing and that you collect all printouts from the printer including the original if you are copying. Remember if the paper runs out and you dont replenish the paper any unprinted work will go to the next person that logs in. Ensure your password is secure at all times never give it out to anyone.
ID is important and must be worn at all times. if you are asked questions then the ID tells you how they are!

Take care when using external drives (USB sticks) and sky drives ensure you do not leave them accessible or open. Log out of sky drives when you have finished. All sensitive data must be password protected.

Do not collect unnecessary information from others. If you require sensitive data you must ask CIS/E-Services

Always use private settings when setting up a social networking page.
Remember what you upload to internet is generally there for good!
Ensure your internet settings are set to protect you from unwanted images or pages so there are no nasty shocks when searching.
Think before you send!
Always lock your PC if leaving it even for a few moments.
Take time to read the AUP ask if there is anything that you do not understand. Take time to look at the Social Networking Policy and ask if you are unsure about any of the content.

Don't spend too much time on the internet. Ensure you take regular breaks and look away from the screen every 20 minutes or so.
Make time to contact people in person rather than text or email where possible. it is easy to lose track of time whilst surfing the net don't let it take over your life!!

Internet technology provides us with a mine of information which can, used correctly, be extremely useful and time saving. It is important however to remain vigilant at all times and remember that there are some people who try to both corrupt and deceive others.
Take care when entering personal details, check site security before making payments don't be fooled by emails requesting personal information. Use reputable websites for information remember there is no control over what is uploaded to the web and not all sites are genuine.
When using the internet make sure you use good antivirus software and have a firewall in place. Do not open emails with attachments from unknown sources. Ensure young children are supervised when using the internet and that search settings are set to protect them.
Use the reporting options on social media sites to report abuse or offensive material. If you find an unreputable seller report to Trading Standards. Most bank and building societies have a link for reporting fraudulent emails and phishing scams.
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