Welcome to RIC One DPS

Data Privacy and Security Initiative (DPS)

The initiative is designed to provide data security and privacy tools and resources alongside expertise to support districts in the region to meet their data privacy and security challenges. A major benefit of this initiative is the increased confidence of school boards, faculties, parents, and students in their district's ability to protect their data. This initiative supports district compliance with New York State's Common Core Reform Act, Education Law 2-d and Part 121 Regulations. Information and support materials for understanding and implementing the requirement of Ed Law 2-d and Part 121 Regulations can be found using the Resources tab on the menu bar above. If you have specific questions about data privacy and security please contact your local RIC.


Contact your local RIC for information on subscription components in support of Ed Law 2-d and Part 121 Regulations

Inventory Tool

Do you know where your district data is?

Answer this question and get control of Third-party software being used in your district. The Data Privacy Inventory Tool simplifies compiling a software inventory as required by Education Law 2-d Part 121 Regulations. It provides a means for sharing a District's Parents' Bill of Rights, Supplemental information and compliance with components of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

Professional Development

Web-based security awareness training that follows a structured outline, including a formal assessment and printable certificate of completion.

Additional materials for instructor-led professional development are also available.

Digital Debriefs

Periodic webinars and interviews with industry leaders on topics related to data privacy and security.

Digital Digests and Digital Blasts

Digital Digests - Quarterly newsletters are available on the topic of data privacy and security featuring current information, effective strategies, best practices, and leadership resources.

Digital Blasts - Timely information as it occurs to keep districts informed of the latest developments in the field.