What is a Gaggle Safety Audit?

A Safety Audit, performed by Gaggle and exclusive to your school or district, provides a retrospective analysis of content and review of possible incidents Gaggle’s services would have caught, had you been a subscriber at the time.

Through this comprehensive report of past content, your school and district administrators are able to see exactly what kinds of potentially harmful content your students are sharing across your online collaboration platforms, such as Google’s G Suite for Education, Microsoft Office 365, and Canvas.

In order to initiate a Safety Audit, a school must first complete a survey, giving Gaggle access to certain information and records to begin the review process. Gaggle’s machine-learning algorithm and a team of trained safety experts then look back one to three months in your school’s digital system, scanning through emails, attachments, online or shared documents, and links within any of these mediums in order to filter out harmful content students have shared.

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