Securly protects students on computers throughout the school while giving them safe access to 21st century learning tools like YouTube, Google and Wikipedia. No hardware. No software.
Securly blocks inappropriate search terms on Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines.
Securly filters out age-inappropriate pages (URLs) from social-media websites like Wikipedia, Blogs, etc.
Securly allows teachers and admins to provide a whitelisted version of YouTube to their students.
Admins can optionally enforce the safety-mode on YouTube to provide an open but safe environment where videos flagged by the YouTube community are filtered out.
Securly is the first and only web-filter to allow Single Sign On and per-OU policies using GAfE.
Securly is the first and only web-filter to allow zero-touch filtering of 1:1 take home Chromebooks. Policy is applied seamlessly based on the user.
Securly provides ubiquitous protection of take-home iPad, Windows, Mac, Android and Chromebook devices.
Securly is the first and the only web-filter to provide relaxed policies on take-home 1:1 devices when the devices are off school premises.
Securly integrates with Microsoft Active Directory and other LDAP directories by using Google Apps for Education as a Identity Provider (IdP).
Handpicked categories that make sense for Schools. Admins are not overwhelmed by enterprise categories such as Radio, Television, Humor!
Teachers and admins can bypass pages blocked for students using their Google Apps accounts.
Admins can create whitelisted environments for certain Org Units (e.g. for online tests or elementary students) for added security.
Admins can allow teachers to temporarily or permanently whitelist individual sites as exceptions to an entire blocked category.
White and Black lists can be created for entire district, individual schools or even individual Org Units.
Admins can require that all users logon before browsing thereby giving greater visibility into student activity for compliance and student achievement analysis.
Securly provides downloadable trail of student activity and teacher whitelisting for offline analysis.
Brian Sullivan, Senior Systems Administrator Aspire Public Schools