Security: A need for effective risk mitigation in education

Best practice for secondary and tertiary institutions

All staff have a responsibility for safeguarding, allowing students to learn in safe surroundings, but this duty of care involves carefully managing risk in an increasingly regulated environment.

About the white paper

This white paper explores the key challenges education professionals face when deploying safeguarding technologies such as CCTV and access control, the use of which, adds its own risk and introduces new considerations relating to regulatory compliance and the protection of data.

Security health check: 8 point checklist

When you download the white paper, you’ll get guidance on areas of technical security risk relating to surveillance and security systems that you can use to begin your own security health check.

Aspects covered on the checklist include – compliance, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), cyber security, staff training and ensuring systems are both fit for purpose and used effectively.

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