Joe Fitzgerald
T: (914)922-3233


Dr. Madalyn Romano
T: (914) 922-3414

News & Reminders

  • Fall Digital Digest

    The Fall Digital Digest is being distributed via email to all LHRIC districts.

    Data Privacy and Security
  • Data Privacy and Security Service (DPSS)

    The Data Privacy and Security Service (DPSS) formerly known as the Regional Data Privacy Office (RDPO) has been integrated with the RIC One initiative – 12 Regional Information Centers working together as one. The collaboration with other RICs provides more resources and enhances the offerings of the service. The Data Privacy and Security Service supports districts’ compliance with New York State’s Common Core Reform Act, Education Law 2-D and the Parents’ Bill of Rights, and provides resources to confront the increasing threats to district data and security. Specifically, the Data Privacy and Security Service focuses on three important questions related to district data:

    Where is your district data?
    Who is responsible for data in your district?
    Do those responsible for data know what to do and what not to do?

    Data Privacy and Security


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RIC One API provides fast, simple and secure integration between a district’s student information system and multiple applications, including assessment, instructional and administrative applications.

RIC One LOGIN (coming soon)

Multiple applications and only one login will increase the time for teachers to teach and students to learn.

Digital Digest

Quarterly newsletters on the topic of data privacy and security with 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.

Fall Digital Digest


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

D3—Digital Digest Debrief – Deep dive webinar on a featured topic from the Digital Digest.



Interview with 

Brendan Desetti

Director, Education Policy

Software and Information Industry Association


Software Inventory Tool

This tool enables districts to compile a list of their software inventory as well as links to third-party vendor’s software Privacy Policies and Notices thus enabling districts to comply with provisions of the New York State’s Parents’ Bill of Rights. Over 800 products are currently included in the database, and districts may submit requests for additional products.

Districts still retain responsibility to review vendor contracts. 

Professional Development

Web-based data privacy and 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.