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  1. Internet Safety Training for Faculty and StaffRapides Parish School Board 2012

  2. Why Internet Safety? • The Internet is everywhere • We all know the benefits, but… https://www.usaaedfoundation.org/Safety/safety_572_internet_safety_for_adults

  3. The Internet is a place for.. • Fraud • Identity theft • Invasion of privacy • Cyberbullying • Crime • Predators https://www.usaaedfoundation.org/Safety/safety_572_internet_safety_for_adults

  4. Safeguard Your Privacy • Do not post information that could identify you or open you to theft • Full name • Address or phone number • Favorite places • Vacation plans – wait until after to post • Do not use a nickname that could identify you • Never share account passwords https://www.usaaedfoundation.org/Safety/safety_572_internet_safety_for_adults

  5. Passwords Used to access personal information stored on a Web site • Should be changed every 60 to 90 days • Should contain at least 8 characters and be a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers • Avoid personal information in passwords (DOB, SSN) • Avoid storing your password online • Create different passwords for different accounts https://www.usaaedfoundation.org/Safety/safety_572_internet_safety_for_adults

  6. Protect Your Computer System • Shut down computer when not in use – don’t leave your computer unlocked and turned on, particularly in a classroom • Use an antivirus program • Make sure your firewall is enabled Sophos https://www.usaaedfoundation.org/Safety/safety_572_internet_safety_for_adults

  7. Email • Enable a junk email or spam filter • Avoid sending secure information through email (against RPSB policy) • Avoid opening attachments from people you do not know • NEVER, EVER answer a request via email for personal information….no matter what you’ve won… • Again, NEVER give your password to someone, personally or via email – emphasize to students • Never write any passwords and stick on your computer or under keyboard. http://staysafeonline.org/in-the-home/email

  8. The loose password….

  9. Secure Web Pages • Check the page URL • Unsecure – http://www.amazon.com/ • Secure - https://www.amazon.com/gp/css/homepage.html/ref=ap_frn_ya • Credit cards are safer online than debit cards – it is easier to stop a credit transaction than to file for a return of funds (can take 1 week+) • Check the lock – the lock provides more information about the site security measures • Look for a site seal http://faq.ssl.com/article.aspx?id=10068

  10. Social Networking Chat Rooms

  11. Social Networking • Internet communities such as – • Facebook • Google+ • MySpace • Can be a very high risk activity http://internetsafetyeducator.com/social-networking/

  12. Social Networking • Know the risks – • You never know with whom you are connecting • Information put online is there forever • Set boundaries– • Make your profile private • Do not share all information about yourself • Think before you post...or email – pretend every post is on the front page of the newspaper…it may well get there!! • Do NOT post info or pictures about your students without permission!! • Be selective about people you friend – Don’t worry, you won’t hurt their feelings….too badly. Never friend your students - it may be against the law, and is never a good idea! http://www.microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/social-networking.aspx

  13. Sexting

  14. What is ‘sexting’ ?? • Good guess….. • It is becoming a huge problem http://whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com/internet-safety/pg/winners-2011ecoming a HUGE problem http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying

  15. Cyberbullying

  16. What is Cyberbullying? • “When a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.” • “Adult cyber-harassment or cyberstalking is NEVER called cyberbullying.” • This is another HUGE problem, possibly our greatest problem http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying

  17. Technology Used in Cyberbullying • Cell phones • Email • Web-sites • Instant messages (ex. AIM, Yahoo) • Social media (ex. Facebook, MySpace) • Web cams http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying

  18. Forms of Cyberbullying • Flaming and Trolling – sending or posting hostile messages intended to “inflame” the emotions of others • Happy-Slapping – recording someone being harassed or bullied in a way that usually involves physical abuse, then posting the video online for public viewing • Identity Theft/Impersonation – stealing someone’s password and/or hijacking his/her online accounts to send or post incriminating or humiliating pictures, videos, or information http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying

  19. Forms of Cyberbullying • Photoshopping – doctoring digital images so that the main subject is placed in a compromising or embarrassing situation • Physical Threats – sending messages that involve threats to a person’s physical safety • Rumor Spreading – spreading gossip through e-mail, text messaging, or social networking sites http://www.netsmartz.org/Cyberbullying

  20. http://www.cyberbullying.us/research.php

  21. Reporting Cyberbullying • RPSB File JCDAF • Required to report to principal who notifies superintendent or designee • Superintendent or designee investigates • Cyberbullying is very serious and can have devastating consequences. http://whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com/internet-safety/pg/winners-2011ecoming a HUGE problem

  22. What Should Schools Do? • Educate students – requirement • Be diligent in monitoring and encouraging students to be safe • Know the school board policy • Know the law