Uniquely Designed for Schools
CyberHound utilises a patented platform, called ClearView, which analyses patterns of behaviour to deliver Actionable Intelligence for School Leaders. The ClearView platform has been used by schools worldwide to reduce cyberbullying, block predatory approaches and identify issues such as self-harm so early intervention can be provided. Tools are also available to help students become responsible digital citizens through self-learning and feedback on their internet use.
Schools are now able to manage online threats and risks for students in the same way as they do in the physical world.
The unique solution protects students and provides Actionable Intelligence to school leaders that has been proven to have life-changing benefits for students.
I strongly endorse the CyberHound pattern matching solution to all schools. We have already seen extraordinary benefits in our schools – including the prevention of suicides and the protection of our students from predators.
Lynne Doneley Executive Officer – Associated Christian Schools (ACS) & Christian Education National (CEN)
Key Features Include:
- CyberHound’s platform uses patented ClearView technology
- Provides detection of behavioural risks across all students – including bullying, self harm and radicalisation
- Real-time alerting and regular reports sent to key leaders in school (e.g. Head of Student Welfare or Year Group
- A temporary supervision mode can be used to keep a closer eye on identified “at risk” students
- The solution helps provide immediate support to students in need
- The solution helps reduce the workload of professional welfare officers in schools by identifying issues early and providing evidence-based triggers to act on
- Customised protection can also be implemented to prevent bullying of staff or reputational damage for the school
ClearView for Schools
CyberHound’s platform uses patented ClearView technology that provides detection of behavioural risks across all students – including bullying, self-harm and radicalisation.
ClearView provides behavioural analytics and offers real-time alerting and regular reporting that can be sent to school leaders (e.g. head of student welfare or year group). The solution helps reduce the workload of professional wellbeing officers in schools by identifying issues early and providing evidence-based triggers to act on. In addition, a temporary supervision mode can be used to keep a closer eye on identified “at risk” students.
Customised protection can also be implemented to prevent bullying of staff or reputational damage for the schools.
Student Welfare Datasheet
Important Facts About Student Wellbeing
- A recent survey of more than 4,700 teenagers reveals almost half think cyberbullying is a bigger issue than drug abuse among young people (Source –YouGov). The survey also showed that 40% of victims did not tell their parents.
- Australian Catholic University researchers in Victoria found that cyberbullying frequently leads to depression, binge drinking and violent behaviour.
- Cyberbullying often leads to incidents of self-harm.
- Online access to content has increased the risks for students with information readily available on self-harm (pro-ana as an example) and extremist content
- According to the Principal Safety and Wellbeing Survey a staggering 42% of Australian Principals have been threatened with violence while 36% confess they have been bullied
40% of cyberbullying victims did not tell their parents.
We have a very firm policy on bullying and we are delighted to have the ability to pick this up and even identify the victims of cyberbullying using the unique CyberHound Student Welfare Service.
Greg Mattiske Deputy Principal, Suncoast Christian College