Recent statistics released from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner reveal the startling fact that one in five young people have been targeted online. And now the eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, is calling for cyberbullying to be added to the national school curriculum. Today, at the Women in Media event at the National Press Club of Australia, eSafety […]
CyberHound’s unique Behavioural Analytics software, ClearView, has been nominated, and is now a finalist, for the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Business Awards this year in the category of ‘Urban Utilities Product Innovation’. Brisbane’s thriving business community is putting on a strong showing in the 13th annual Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, with 55 finalists vying for a gong across […]
Figures released recently reveal that 25% of young people are contacted online by someone they don’t know. The Federal Government’s Office of the eSafety Commissionerasserts that being contacted by someone they’re not familiar with is the leading negative experience young people face (25% of respondents). Being left out by others (21%), teasing and name calling (19%) […]
CyberHound is proud to be a finalist for the ‘Vendor Innovation’ category for its patented ClearView Behavioural Analytics technology in the ACOMM Awards. Proudly presented by Communications Alliance, the Australian Communications Industry Awards – the ACOMMS is an annual national showcase of industry achievements, offering a unique opportunity to applaud and support Australia’s communications ecosystem. The ACOMMS recognise excellence in the […]
Schools across Australia are increasingly turning to social media and online surveillance technology to combat threats to student welfare, such as cyberbullying. The increase in the use of online monitoring tools follows a similar trend in the US, and comes as education departments continue to grapple with an online bullying epidemic in schools awash in […]
Being a young adult is a tough time. When starting in school there is the angst caused by any number of personal fears and external pressures from exams to peers.
Stressed, bullied and anxious students offered help via student wellness programs at school.
Cyberbullying has been one of the key concerns for all educators in 2016. What do you need to know? Cyberbullying impacts everyone and can be considered a criminal offence.