HICS Case Study

Herts for Learning has put together the following case study to illustrate the impact of the implementation of the new HICS service, in delivering both a tailored service and savings to schools:

HICS case study

 

Wednesday’s training session

Thanks to everyone who attended Wednesday’s training session. I have cascaded the slides to all the attendees but if anyone else would like to receive these, please get in touch.

Thanks,

Kevin Crawley
kevin.crawley@hertsforlearning.co.uk

HICS training event

HfL will be hosting another training event in Stevenage. The topics which will be discussed are: – user based filtering/transparent proxy user based filtering – IP based filtering – DNS self-service – filtering alerts – self-service firewall

If you’re interested in attending, please follow and register on this link:

https://booking.hertsforlearning.co.uk/actweb/WDC/sseo/template_001.cfm?pageID=8&template=courseDetails&courseID=18SIT/092A&eventCode=18SIT/092A

CCTV article

This recently published article from the Daily Mail serves as a reminder to always use secure passwords, particularly for internet facing resources:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5432769/School-CCTV-systems-hacked-broadcast-online.html

New website

Welcome to the new HICS site, which has a new web address of:  

http://hics.hertsforlearning.co.uk

The content has been updated so that it is relevant to the improved features we currently deliver through our new broadband provider, RM.

We have imported all users who registered on the old website and they should be notified of any new posts. Likewise, if you want to subscribe, please free to do so and you too will then receive emails advising you when we post new stories and articles.

Thanks for your ongoing support,
Kevin Crawley and the HICS team

Spam email

Whilst not directly related to HICS, the HfL technical support desk have dealt with several queries today regarding a spam email that has been distributed. The content of this email can be found here:

Subject: Statement

Good Morning,

Please sign and return below

www.docsign005i.allpackpackagingsolutions.com
Visit above URL to View/Print

Thanks

Kind regards

If a recipient clicks on the link, a duplicate email is then sent to all the email addresses in their address book. Naturally users should not click on the link and should just delete the email in question