With COVID-19 affecting so many aspects of our lives one thing that has been a bonus is that some of the biggest technology events have gone virtual. This means that more people are able to attend and benefit from the many live and on demand sessions that are available. We are super excited to let […]
With COVID-19 affecting so many aspects of our lives one thing that has been a bonus is that some of the biggest technology events have gone virtual. This means that more people are able to attend and benefit from the many live and on demand sessions that are available. We are delighted to have been […]
Recent data from the Cyberbullying Research Center shows that 34% of American students have experienced cyberbullying. A leading Australian cybersecurity company is seeking to create safer places for students and staff by providing a unique solution that protects schools’ digital playgrounds. CyberHound, a cybersecurity and learning enablement provider, is addressing the need for specialist education-focused cybersecurity by […]
The Victorian Principals Association (VPA) represents the professional interests of principals in Victorian primary schools. Today the organisation is a network of school leaders with a focus on the wellbeing of colleagues ensuring they are connected, united and empowered. The VPA provides a range of key services and support for leaders in Victorian government primary schools. […]
CyberHound is pleased to announce that the South Australian Primary Principals Association (SAPPA) is our newest strategic partner.
CyberHound – the leading Australian cybersafety and learning enablement solutions provider has expanded its partnership with the country’s largest network of independent Christian schools. CyberHound has been a partner of Christian Schools Australia (CSA) for over a decade. In a freshly expanded agreement CSA now endorses CyberHound as the preferred provider of cybersafety and internet […]
An HP study, released today, has found almost half of Australian small and medium businesses (SMBs) with an annual turnover of $3M+ do not consider themselves to be prepared for the Australia’s new data breach notification laws. The HP Australia IT Security Study, conducted by ACA research in November 2017, surveyed 528 Australian SMBs with between 10 and […]