Across Europe, there is an increase in the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools which has led to a whole new range of eSafety challenges for teachers. The eSafety Label aims to equip schools with resources to develop eSafety confidence. The accreditation standard provides schools with benchmark against schools in their country and across Europe, access to an ever-growing set of resources and tools: eSafety advice and guidance, fact sheets, checklists and template, and opportunity to share accreditation status with parents and the local community. The eSafety Label developed by European Schoolnet (EUN), Liberty Global, Microsoft and Telefonica, and three European Education Ministries, is a Europe-wide online safety support and accreditation standard for schools. The standard is available in 14 languages.