Privacy and Security, Trends, the TEC Privacy Consortium, and How ClassLink Helped Haverhill with a Ransomware Event! (Vendor-Sponsored)

Audience Educators and Administrators 
Level K-12

ClassLink, TEC & Haverhill Public Schools


Date Thursday, June 3, 2021
Time 12pm – 1pm
Location Live webinar
Cost Free

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State trends and examples:

  • New York Ed Law 2d
  • Connecticut General Statutes §§ 10-234aa through 10-234dd,
  • Rhode Island – R.I.G.L. 16-71-1, et. seq., R.I.G.L. 16-104-1, and R.I.G.L., 11-49.3 et. seq.
  • New Hampshire – RSA 189:1-e and 189:65-68-a; RSA 186; NH Admin. Code Ed. 300 and NH Admin. Code Ed. 1100
  • Massachusetts – under review

TEC Student Data Privacy Alliance

How ClassLink helps:

  • Application on-boarding, approval, data sharing
  • Account automation/ID management and security
  • Secure rostering and its impact on PII and data security
  • Analytics on school devices and the portal
  • Analytics on everything in the ClassLink portal (plus Analytics+ for any digital resource accessed even outside of ClassLink)

Ransomware Attack – Haverhill Public Schools – how having ClassLink helped

Best practices/resources/working with vendors




  • Ramah Hawley – MA, NH, & RI NDPA Administrator, TEC Student Data Privacy Alliance Cooperative
  • Douglas Russell – Director of Technology, Haverhill School District, MA
  • Brian Nagel – Assistant Director of Technology, Haverhill School District, MA
  • Jeff Janover – VP Interoperability and Security, ClassLink
  • Bob Chappell – VP Instructional Technology, ClassLink
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