Stay informed about security events and risks related to your school data with ClassLink. Available through the ClassLink Management Console, Security Center provides a central place to find, track, and catalog security events and suspicious activity, making it easier to take action and protect your data.Request Demo
Stay a step ahead of bad actors. With Security Center, you'll be aware of data security events and risks related to your school data so you can act immediately.
As a no-cost service to clients, ClassLink continually monitors the dark web for suspicious activity or compromised accounts linked to your school system. If we detect suspicious activity, we alert you with a detailed Security Events report. This report identifies compromised accounts so you can act quickly. You can also use the report to track when you've addressed each compromised account.
Note: These are external events and are not a result of your ClassLink account being compromised.
This report shows which password recovery methods are available and enabled for all users by profile, group, or building. It can be used for troubleshooting, as part of a data security audit, or to verify whether individuals, groups, or schools across your school system follow your password recovery policies.
Monitor which MFA methods are enabled and used by individuals, groups, or buildings across your school system. Use this report to inform data security audits and know if the correct methods are enabled and used so you can work with schools to enforce your MFA policies and keep data secure.
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Read the latest news and updates about ClassLink’s commitment to cybersecurity.
Over 550 school leaders joined ClassLink for a virtual CyberSession on November 29, hearing cybersecurity insights and advice from CISA, the U.S. Department of Education, district leaders, and industry experts. During the event, ClassLink also announced two new products: ClassLink Security Center and ClassLink Audit Center.
Education technology leaders ClassLink, ENA by Zayo and Security Studio have pioneered a cybersecurity initiative to help schools become cyber-secure. The initiative is set to revolutionize the way K-12 schools approach cybersecurity, making it more accessible and affordable.
ClassLink, the leading provider of identity and access management products for education, proudly announced today it is participating in the White House’s Secure by Design cybersecurity pledge. ClassLink was among the first cohort of leading edtech organizations invited to make the pledge, which encourages solution providers to prioritize cybersecurity in their products and practices to reduce the cybersecurity burden facing K-12 schools.