Our next generation cloud-based safeguarding module aids schools in fulfilling their legal duty of care around online safety and safeguarding.
Only Senso offers a visual threat intelligence feature as a standard component in its safeguarding cloud module, providing early stage actionable intelligence to protect students
Designed with the UK Government Prevent duty, UK Safer Internet Centre,
the UK Department for Education’s Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) guidance and with keyword and URL lists from the Internet Watch Foundation(IWF), our next generation cloud-based safeguarding module aids schools in fulfilling their legal duty of care around online safety and safeguarding.
Backed by Microsoft’s read-access redundant storage service, your safeguarding logs are replicated to ensure maximum durability and high availability across their ultra-secure data-centres.
With a top level overview of all violations across a single or multiple site setup, Senso is able to deliver unparalleled insight into users actions and behaviour.
One click drill down improves speed and effectiveness to get to the core of the problem as quickly as possible.
Designed to allow the review of violations to be slick and seamless, with multi violation select options for batch status and next action changes.
Sort and search functions allow for instant drill downs to allow for the focus to be on an individual, phrase, machine, and date to name but a few.
The time when you could just change a file name to bypass the application block list has now gone.
Senso registers and captures the applications hash, allowing for a ban to stay banned.
Capture searches and browsing history of users and machines across your estate.
Senso will capture all active windows on a users desktop, supporting a 360 degree view of activity across a designated period.
User activity is captured from logon to shutdown, capturing such things as suspicious logon and logoff on critical services, servers, workstations and network devices.
As well as identifying privileged account abuse, showing up unauthorised software installations and data transfers.