CyberHound is excited to announce a partnership with Australia’s leading cybersafety education company – Internet Safe Education.
This partnership formalises a relationship strengthened over many years focused on working together to make online environments safe and productive for young people.
Brett Lee, CEO of Internet Safe Education said, “CyberHound and Internet Safe Education have clear missions and together can improve student protection in school environments. CyberHound brings its unique cybersafety and student wellbeing technology while we can provide the in-house education for schools”.
Internet Safe Education develops and delivers industry leading training programs, speaking and consultancy services in the field of digital compliance focused on internet safety and cyberbullying.
Brett Lee worked as a Queensland Police Officer for 22 years, 16 of those as a detective predominantly in the field of Child Exploitation. In his last five years of service, he was a specialist in the field of undercover internet child exploitation investigations.
John Fison, CEO of CyberHound said, “We are excited to formalise a relationship of many years and combine our expertise in the internet security, online safety and education arenas.”
“Our solution allows schools to optimise and protect their online environment and helps them reduce risks for their students. CyberHound’s unique behavioural analytics platform, ClearView, helps identify students at risk from bullying, self-harm and even radicailisation. The services offered by Internet Safe Education greatly compliment our products and services and together will help schools teach their school community how to be safe online and become responsible digital citizens.”
CyberHound is the leading innovator in cybersafety, web filtering and digital learning enablement technologies in Australia and the largest education focused provider of its kind.
The partnership benefits schools by providing access to exclusive packages and services offered by both companies.
To find out how your school can benefit from this partnership please contact Tony Dempsey, Director of Communications, on 1300 737 060.
Download the Press Release here.