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Mobile ICT theft in Education infographic

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An infographic about the number of laptops stolen from schools, colleges and universities between 2009 and 2011. This mobile ICT security infographic looks at mobile ICT theft from education …

An infographic about the number of laptops stolen from schools, colleges and universities between 2009 and 2011. This mobile ICT security infographic looks at mobile ICT theft from education establishments, including school laptop theft, school tablet theft, school MP3 player theft, school netbook theft and school gaming devices theft.

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  • 1. of educational establishments did not know that they could be fined up to £500,000 by the ICO for the loss of an unencrypted laptop containing pupil details 65% Of educational establishments have an ICT security policy in place of education establishments have not been given training on how to Of educational establishments do not have an ICT protect their mobile ICT security policy in place devices from theft Of educational establishments are unsure whether they have an ICT security policy in placeOnly Of these ICT security policies include guidelines for physically securing ICT devices to prevent them from being stolen Update your security policies - include procedures for protecting your mobile ICT from theft and organise training for staff Always encrypt your devices Lock it or lose it – invest in physical security Do not advertise to thieves - avoid mentioning ICT assets on your school’s website, social media channels and in the local press Lock your laptop trolley to the wall and hide its keys

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