A survey shows Australians aged 10 to 17 found news stories covered in 2020 made them feel worse than the year before.
As students transition from primary to secondary school, it's time for a final word about living, learning and playing safely online.
Australian tech services provider Data#3 has announced a partnership with Gaggle, a US-based provider of student safety and wellbeing solutions.
The NSW Government is providing parents of primary school students with the option of online enrolment, kicking off a broader digitisation program.
A new project to enhance the cybersecurity of Australia's universities is underway.
Child Protection Week 2020 threw a spotlight on eSafety, with more than 3500 students tuning in to a webinar conducted by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns and increased isolation are creating heightened rates of cyberbullying, child exploitation and image-based abuse.
ACT public schools recently experienced an 'email incident', with spam emails containing inappropriate material being circulated to students.
Due to the constant evolution and ever-expanding developments in technology, the workplace of the future will be unrecognisable from that of today.
The Micro Focus EdPass identity management solution has been chosen by the SA Department of Education.
Just as poor digital security in education poses a risk, systems that rely on poorly secured offline practices can potentially leave your school exposed.
Specially targeted programs designed to keep students safe from cyberbullying will roll out across 55 Queensland schools.
ACT public school students and teachers are headed back to the classroom from Monday, 18 May.
Increased time online comes with increased risk, leading the Australian eSafety Commissioner to release a raft of information and tools designed to minimise exposure to harm.
The Queensland Government is set to subsidise cyber safety resources for hundreds of schools across the state in a bid to reduce cyberbullying.