Safeguard students and promote e-safety
KCSIE is a statutory guidance from the Department for Education for schools and colleges in England for safeguarding children. Lightspeed Systems helps organisations meet the online safety criteria of the KCSIE guidance released by the Department for Education. Our cloud-based solutions keep students safe, let IT admins tailor the Internet, and give teachers the platform to promote responsible use.
The Lightspeed solutions suite gives organisations the tools to address the four main areas of risk referenced in KCSIE. Our advanced AI categorises and blocks all illegal and inappropriate content, the forum categories protect from harmful contact, read-only mode for social media limits explicit conduct, and the gambling and malware categories block all commerce.
KCSIE requires every school and college to have a DSL and Lightspeed Alert gives them the real-time monitoring, early-warning alerts and escalation tools they need for all safeguarding issues from self-harm to violence.
Lightspeed Filter uses patented Smart Agents to give schools and colleges the same KCSIE required level of filtering policies on any device and any OS remotely, as well as providing teachers with the tools they need to monitor and control remote classrooms.
Protect students from the risk of extremist ideologies and radicalisation with an exclusive category with URL’s provided by the UK Home Office. Lightspeed Alert also provides alerts when users type flagged words relating to extremism or radicalisation.
Lightspeed Alert lets organisations meet the criteria against serious violence and peer-on-peer abuse (child-on-child). Alert’s real-time AI and in-house safety specialists check and review all notifications with key words related to violence or cyberbullying allowing immediate intervention.
Using Alert’s notification scheduling and screenshotted timelines as well as Lightspeed Filter’s powerful, shareable reports, schools and colleges can ensure they’re proactive in information sharing in line with KSCIE’s guidance.