Internet Safety Senior Schools

 

Testimonials - Internet Safety Senior Schools

Thanks again for the talks, they were extremely well received and I just discovered today it led to a student making a disclosure which Tusla and the Gardaí are now dealing with so delighted with the positive outcome, as are parents.

 

Rebecca Evans, Coláiste Clavin, Longwood, Co Meath, LMETB

Delighted to write a very positive review of the E-Safety talk we did with BeSecureOnline, informed, effective and very enaging. Students had no idea it was all so pervasive. We continue to refer to the Speaker to this day.

 

Craig Considine, Headmaster, Milfield Snr College, Glastonbury.

Graham has spoken with our Students, Parents & came back for the staff –

 

Karen Fitpatrick, Principal, Virginia College

Feedback from the students was great..

 

Natasha Drew, Blackrock College, Co Dublin

Clear and Concise, Students & Parents really enjoyed it” —

 

Leonora de Staic, Coláiste Ghobnatan, Maigh Chromtha, Co. Chorcaí

Many thanks for visiting our school today. The students really benefited from your presentation. It was very well presented and extremely interactive. The examples you used were relevant to students lives today. Thanks again

 

Rebecca Loughnane, Chaplain St Kierans College, KILKENNY

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75% of us, don't care about our personal internet safety

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Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan Howe really annoyed the Prime Minister, Theresa May, when she was Home Secretary. She agreed with his stance on cyber crime, but not the way he went about it. He suggested Police would be slow to investigate online security crimes where the individuals failed to take online protection seriously especially having an 'upto date' anti virus. He openly backed banks, credit card providers doing the same, not refunding customers losses. She disliked the way he went about it, she's not so so keen on the other guy in the photo below either. 

 

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 Views: 85

 

The Internet never forgets, The Public never forgives

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Five things we can start doing to protect our young school kids, students and ourselves online. Everyday we learn that large Tech companies including Facebook, Amazon, Google, Snapchat, Microsoft fail to defend our privacy (and appear to many, as simply not caring) and many openly sell and share our date with valued commericial partners which means anyone who buys advertising which is millions of us. Like Google, they have morphed into advertising companies.  

Facebook struggle with this fact that selling acccess to their data, that they are thwarting users access to their own friends and followers, we have all been told or found out for ourselves that Facebook is not 'free to air' anymore. So the first thing to do is to 'switch on' your privacy settings in Facebook. Facebook privacy setting.

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Monday, April 1, 2019 Views: 170