ClassLink is committed to keeping your private information protected and secure. From our Privacy page, which offers full transparency about our policies and compliance, to our Status page, where you can find real-time status updates for our products, ClassLink keeps you informed about the data we maintain and how we work to keep your information secure.
We strive to maintain transparency and provide our customers with easy access to our latest security certifications, system-wide status updates for our products, and valuable insights through our portals. Learn more about how we work to keep your information secure below.
ClassLink ensures that your Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is secure and well-protected by implementing multiple security protocols. Data Encryption, Data Isolation, and Penetration Testing are just a few ways that ClassLink protects the data of our customers and staff.
The policies that guide ClassLink’s privacy statement are publicly available to everyone. Refer to our privacy page for more information on data protection, ownership, and more. ClassLink’s stance on personal data is recognized by both national and international organizations such as the GDPR.
The current status of ClassLink products is always available to the public. As part of our commitment to transparency we post status notifications when necessary. You can also subscribe to receive immediate notifications whenever an issue is resolved or updated.
ClassLink's Parent and Public portals keep your school community informed. The Public Portal provides information about privacy policies and terms of service for district-approved edtech tools, while the Parent Portal keeps parents and guardians updated on student attendance, grades, and lunch accounts.
Explore the many ways ClassLink is keeping your private information safe with these featured articles.
The safety and privacy of student data remains a top priority for ClassLink with the announcement of DataGuard. DataGuard protects personally identifiable information (PII) when sharing data with edtech vendors via ClassLink Roster Server. Additionally, ClassLink continues to advance IAM in education with several new tools and enhanced functionality.
Over the past several months, there have been a number of cybersecurity incidents targeting K12 institutions that have sent a chill down the spines of smaller, less resourceful districts. Three education technology leaders (ClassLink, ENA by Zayo and SecurityStudio) have come together to provide K12 schools with a “groundbreaking,” “free and easy-to-use” cybersecurity rubric designed to help schools assess their security policies and plan for continuous improvement.
ClassLink recently earned the International Organization for Standardization's (ISO) Certification for Service Management Systems (ISO/IEC 20000-1). ISO is considered the "gold standard" for certifications in technology, and this is ClassLink's second ISO Certification.
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