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Securly: Using Artificial Intelligence to Keep Kids Safe Online

Posted on December 20, 2018

Securly is an artificial intelligence company that wants to keep kids safe online. Vinay Mahadik, CEO and Co-Founder of Securly, joined Cheddar to discuss its latest funding round of $16 million.

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Securly Constantly Monitors Kids To Stop The Next School Shooting -- And We Just Scored $16 Million Funding

Posted on December 18, 2018

Right now an artificially intelligent software is rifling through hundreds of thousands of emails flying around Google's Gmail service. Called Auditor, it uses natural language processing and AI to look out for signs of distress and cyberbullying, with the intent to prevent children harming another or themselves.

It's the product of Securly, which is announcing a $16 million Series B round of funding on Tuesday, led by Defy Partners.

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Pickens County Parents Have a New App That Lets Them Monitor Their Kids' Online Activity at School and at Home

Posted on September 19, 2018

With Securly, Pickens County parents are now able to monitor their childrens' online behavior and control which apps their children can use and which sites they can visit.

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Marshall County Schools System Has Multiple Ways to Report Tips

Posted on September 18, 2018

In partnering with Securly, the Marshall County Schools system now offers several ways to report tips that can notify school officials and law enforcement in an instant of any issues related to bullying, school safety, or self-harm.

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Parents Gain Control of Kids’ School Tech

Posted on August 29, 2018

All Jackson Hole Middle School students have iPads for educational purposes, but last year some parents complained the devices were being misused at home. In response, Teton County School District No. 1 is using a new filter, called Securly, with a parent app for home monitoring this year.

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