Become a Superhero!
Become a hero to your fellow teachers by distributing ScreenTrust throughout your school. Just imagine the joy on the students’ faces when they are not bothered by ads, or the relief of instructors who are able to monitor their classroom’s insights. Provide the board peace of mind that the students’ devices are fully secured.
You Need More Than Just an MDM
Super Easy to Set Up!
Check the screenshots to get an idea of the ScreenTrust Management System
Questions & Answers
What exactly is ScreenTrust?
The solution which ScreenTrust provides consists of a student app and a cloud environment which contain the management portal and teacher app. The student app is installed on the devices to protect, and it is responsible for filtering network traffic and providing feedback to the student. The cloud environment provides the necessary information to the apps and stores the configuration and analytics data.
Which iOS / iPadOS versions are supported?
All devices running iOS 14.1 or newer are supported.
Why should I get ScreenTrust?
Schools have an obligation to protect their students, even more in this digital era. Just managing devices with a MDM is not enough, schools need to make sure they are protected online.
Does installing a VPN affect the effectiveness of ScreenTrust?
Unlike other content filter providers, the answer is no. We filter all traffic before the traffic enters the VPN.
How do I install ScreenTrust?
This is the easy part. To install we leverage the power of your MDM and distribute ScreenTrust on all devices. We sync users and groups from your MDM (Currently Jamf School and Apple School Manager are supported). This is all done via an easy to use assistant in ScreenTrust.
What devices are supported?
Currently iPads and iPhones are supported, macOS (MacBooks, iMac, Mac min and Mac Pro) will be supported soon.
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
ScreenTrust complies with the requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). CIPA was introduced by the United States Congress in 2000 to limit children’s access to obscene and harmful online content. Schools must follow the requirements of CIPA to qualify for the E-Rate discount programme, which makes telecommunications and information technology more affordable for these organisations.
According to the Federal Communications Commission, schools must fulfill the following requirements under CIPA: