Schools need to keep data and systems secure, but it can be difficult to know where strengths and weaknesses are. Schools want security advice that is less general, and tailored to school issues.
Schools can pay for security reviews to be performed by organisations, but many are expensive and lack the expertise to really help schools improve.
Our Information Security Review is designed specifically for schools, and is based on many years of working closely with schools and the knowledge of how schools work.
The SWGfL Information Security Review is designed specifically for schools, and is based on many years of working closely with schools and the knowledge of how schools work.
Other Security Products & Services
Information Security Training
Designed to help you raise awareness of security and reduce risk in your organisation
Industry leading security products at discounted prices for schools
Sophos Intercept X
Cutting edge protection against unknown malware, exploits & ransomware at discounted prices for schools
Data security and policy self-review tool
TLS/SSL Certificates for schools from Certificate Authority QuoVadis
Sophos Central Device Encryption
Latest Security Articles
New Service for Reporting Phishing Emails to NCSC
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has launched a service to enable you to report suspected phishing emails to them – the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS).
22nd April 2020
Trend Micro Maximum Security – Free for Six Months
Trend Micro are offering free access for six months to Trend Micro Maximum Security, their consumer internet security product, to support schools with home working and home learning.
24th March 2020
SWGfL Cyber Security Advice during Coronavirus
Cyber criminals are using the public’s fear and interest in Covid-19 to their advantage. We’ve produced some advice to help you avoid them.
23rd March 2020
The UK Safer Internet Centre Family Summer Challenge
Our resident digital parenting expert Elizabeth Milovidov has put together this Family Summer Challenge as part of our work for the UK Safer Internet Centre.
22nd July 2019