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Bournemouth and Poole 5th April 2017

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www.digital-literacy.org.uk
Current Issues
Research
Scenarios
Resources
3 Challenges, 3 Solutions
www.saferinternet.org.uk
www.360safe.org.uk
0844 800 2382
esafety@swgfl.org.uk
www.saferinternet.org.uk
Questions?
'Sexting'
http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/teachers-and-professionals/teaching-internet-safety/resources/sexting
www.swgfl.org.uk/earlyyearstoolkit
Online Reputation
http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/teachers-and-professionals/professional-reputation
What it is
How to manage it!
Online Safety Toolkit
www.boost.swgfl.org.uk
Sexting
Sexting often now happens pre relationship - ie a form of flirting
Teenagers welcome the opportunity to discuss the issues
Parents and schools amongst the last to be told
Landscape 2012
Current Landscape
Online Safety Resource
Privacy, Data and the Right to be Forgotten
Online Pornography
Extremism and Radicalisation
"In the minds of the foreign fighters, social media is no longer virtual"
Anti bullying &
Peer Mentoring
Digital detoxers are ditching their devices
Fifteen million UK internet users have undertaken a ‘digital detox’ in a bid to strike a healthier balance between technology and life beyond the screen.
"The syrian conflict is one of the most socially mediated conflicts in history"
OUTCOME 21
• Further investigation resulting from the crime report that could provide evidence sufficient to support formal action being taken against the suspect is not in the public interest – police decision.
enable.eun.org
Self Review Frameworks
Appropriate filtering & monitoring
Schools (and registered childcare providers) in England and Wales are required

“to ensure children are safe from terrorist and extremist material when accessing the internet in school, including by establishing appropriate levels of filtering" 
(Revised Prevent Duty Guidance: for England and Wales, 2015)

Schools and academies (and Local Authorities) should be satisfied that their filtering provider:
Blocks illegal content
Manages inappropriate online content
Meets these principles; Age appropriate, Differentiated filtering, Control, Filtering Policy, Mobile and App content, Multiple language support, Network level, Reporting mechanism, Reports


http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/teachers-and-professionals/appropriate-filtering-and-monitoring

Read our guidance here:
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Risks

CONTENT
CONTACT RISKS
ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOURS
PHYSICAL HEALTH
MENTAL HEALTH
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
POSITIVE GAINS
Gaming and Virtual Reality
Critical
Reasoning
Monitoring Services
Technology
BBFC logo
Online Child Abuse Content
Adult Pornography
Tablets and mobile phones are now the most popular devices for going online,
knocking laptops back into third place
Tablet ownership among children is increasing
Social media is central for both tweens and teens. 43% of 10 & 11 and 74% of 12 & 13 year olds have a social media profile
Fewer 12-15s in 2015 nominate Facebook as their children feel a lot of pressure to get likes and shares quicklymain social media profile while more are nominating Snapchat
Time spent online per week (12-15)

Mostly access the internet in bedroom (12-15)


Smartphone ownership - 8-11yrs
Smartphone ownership - 12-15yrs

Tablet Ownership - 3-4yrs
Tablet Ownership - 5-7yrs
Tablet Ownership - 8-11yrs
Tablet Ownership - 12-15yrs


Parents concerned about the Internet

Parents concerned about gaming content
2014
17.2hrs

38%


20%
65%

3%
13%
18%
26%


28%

22%
2013
17.1hrs

40%


18%
62%

0%
0%
2%
4%


16%

13%
Current UK Trends
Ofcom 2016
18.9hrs

34%


24%
69%

15%
29%
43%
45%


25%

21%
2015
20.1hrs

35%


32%
79%

16%
32%
49%
49%


30%

21%
2016
School Online Safety
Assessment
Parents and Children:
Media Use and Attitudes 2016
Simplified version of Instagram Terms and Conditions
Officially you own any original pictures and videos you post, but we are allowed to use them, and we can let others use them as well, anywhere around the world. Other people might pay us to use them and
we will not pay you for that.
we may keep, use and share your personal information with companies connected with Instagram. This information includes your name, email address, school, where you live, pictures, phone number, your likes and dislikes, where you go, who your friends are, how often you use Instagram,
and any other personal information we find
such as your birthday or who you are chatting with,
including in private messages
(DMs).
We might send you adverts connected to your interests which we are monitoring.
You cannot stop us doing this and it will not always be obvious that it is an advert.
We can also delete posts and other content randomly, without telling you, for any reason. If we do this, we will not be responsible for paying out any money and
you won’t have any right to complain.
Welcome to the
Pan Dorset LSCBs
e-Safety champions update 2017

Andrew Williams
@wenglishgeek
www.saferinternet.org.uk
www.swgfl.org.uk
esafety@swgfl.org.uk
Morning, grab a
and have a
The plan...
Scenarios session...
Some ground rules, to participate we:
agree that this is a 'safe space'
will allow everyone to have an opportunity to speak
agree to avoid making assumptions
agree to listen respectfully
commit to learn, not debate. Comments are to share, not to persuade
The approach:
Read, clarify, discuss as a group, feedback, discuss as a whole.
Statutory Framework:
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Prevent Duty Guidance
OFSTED inspection framework
Data Protection Act
General Data Protection Regulation
Keeping Children Safe in Education
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/550511/Keeping_children_safe_in_education.pdf
Prevent Duty Guidance
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/445977/3799_Revised_Prevent_Duty_Guidance__England_Wales_V2-Interactive.pdf
Common Inspection Framework
Adults understand the risks posed by adults or learners who use technology, including the internet, to bully, groom, radicalise or abuse children or learners. They have well-developed strategies in place to keep children and learners safe and to support them to develop their own understanding of these risks and in learning how to keep themselves and others safe.
Leaders oversee the safe use of technology when children and learners are in their care and take action immediately if they are concerned about bullying or children’s well-being.
Leaders of early years settings implement the required policies with regard to the safe use of mobile phones and cameras in settings.
staff, leaders and managers oversee the
safe use of electronic and social media by staff and learners and
take action immediately if they are concerned about bullying or risky behaviours
p9
p12
Data Protection Act
And
General Data Protection Regulation
What personal data do we have?
How is it protected?
Who has access to it?
How is it transmitted?
Where is it stored?
Online safety

67. As schools and colleges increasingly work online, it is essential that children are
safeguarded from potentially harmful and inappropriate online material. As such,
governing bodies and proprietors should ensure appropriate filters and appropriate
monitoring systems are in place. Additional information to support governing bodies and
proprietors is provided in Annex C.
IT policies
71. Specified authorities will be expected to ensure children are safe from terrorist and extremist material
when accessing the internet in school, including by establishing appropriate levels of filtering.
Monitoring and enforcement

72. The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) inspects the specified authorities in England listed above, with the exception of some privately funded independent schools. When assessing the effectiveness of schools, Ofsted inspectors already have regard to

the school’s approach to keeping pupils safe from the dangers of radicalisation and extremism, and what is done when it is suspected that pupils are vulnerable to these.
Maintained schools are subject to intervention, and academies and free schools may be subject to termination of their funding agreement, if they are judged by Ofsted to require significant improvement or special measures, or if they fail to take the steps required by their local authority, or for academies or free schools by the Secretary of State pursuant to their funding agreement, as applicable, to address unacceptably low standards, serious breakdowns of management or governance orif the safety of pupils or staff is threatened.
What are some issues faced by schools? - #1
Ransomware
What are some issues faced by schools? - #2
Passwords
What are some issues faced by schools? - #3
Cloud storage
What are some issues faced by schools? - #4
The (unencrypted) memory stick
What are some issues faced by schools? - #5
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
What are some issues faced by schools? - #6
Digital + Video Images
So now you know about some of the issues...what next?
There is help...
360data builds on the success of SWGfL's multi-award winning self-review tools to guide you step by step through the journey to data compliance and beyond. It allows you to rate where your organisation is against a maturing set of descriptors for each aspect; it then shows you how to make the next steps and provides the resources to make it happen.
It becomes a living, breathing development plan that maps your strategy towards the safe and responsible use of information and data.

Key Benefits
Provides a self-review framework for data protection across 16 aspects
Rate yourself on a maturity framework
Suggests improvement actions
Provides high-quality, legally prepared template policies
Identifies good practice guidance
Anywhere/anytime access
Benchmark against other organisations
Produces action plans
Access special rates for associated services
Costs: Primary £250
Secondary £400
Special Schools £250
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What is 360data?
How SWGfL can help you protect your school data
Self-Review
Reduce the likelihood of issues occurring but underwrite the costs when they do
Prepare and protect your school and your data from outside attack
Underwrite the cost of recovery and minimise it occurring
Cyber-risk insurance
Hacking & Ransomware protection
Find your weak areas, plug the gaps, protect your data and underwrite the costs of a cyber-attack
MDM, Extract from 360data
Incident Management
Extract from 360data
Or...hack preparation!
The School Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment is based on proven proprietary technology created to provide an accurate external perimeter scanning service while still maintaining network availability. It provides practical assurance that the basic cybersecurity technical controls are in place to stop common internet based threats and avoid a data breach.
It leaves the school with:
A detailed report with both a traffic light summary and technical detail of vulnerabilities
Detail on how to remediate each vulnerability
Links to online resource and support

Time for some fun
https://play.kahoot.it/#/?quizId=c9d661ad-8297-4596-bfe4-091965d73858
https://www.wevideo.com/view/784864041
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Digital + Video Images
http://saferinternet.org.uk/research
What are the risks?
in your experience or from media perceptions, which:
are the ones have the biggest impact?
are the ones that children face most of the time?
Table developed by the EUKids Online project and referenced in paragraph 1.3 of the Byron Review.
Bias

Pornographic or unwelcome sexual content

Violent / hateful content

Adverts
Spam
Sponsorship
Personal info

What risks should we be guarding against?
Self harm
Unwelcome persuasions

Meeting strangers
Being groomed

Being bullied, harassed or stalked

Tracking
Harvesting personal info
Providing misleading info or advice

Creating and uploading inappropriate material
Bullying or harassing another
Illegal downloading
Hacking
Gambling
Financial scams
Terrorism
Content (child as recipient)
Commercial

Aggressive

Sexual

Values

Contact (child as participant)
Commercial

Aggressive

Sexual

Values

Conduct (child as actor)
Commercial

Aggressive

Sexual

Values

Racism
Misleading info or advice
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