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Identity theft is growing at an alarming rate. Don't let you or your student's identity be taken without proactively defending against future credit and identity theft. 

Student data encompasses more than just school-age children.  College students and adults continuing their education all have student data that needs to be protected. CSR Breach Reporting for Students provides you with a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) to help assess a breach incident pertaining to educational records and reports all valid complaints on your behalf.  Our experts have the foundation to accurately assess your incident ensuring the best outcome of your complaint submission.  

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) along with 47 states and the District of Columbia (Washington DC) have laws pertaining to breach reporting and/or data safety.  If you believe there is a breach of student personal information, you should take immediate action to protect you or your student's future.

Laws are confusing and become more complex each day.  Breach Reporting for Students is built on our award winning and patented Breach Reporting ServiceTM (United States patent 8,626,671, January 2014) which is our proven breach reporting solution. CSR offers CSR Breach Reporting for Students to alleviate the confusion and questions on what to do next.  CSR does 100% of the filing for you!  CSR is Privacy Made Simple.

There is a wide variety of personal data when it comes to a student's education. Personal data does not stop with just date of birth and social security number (SSN).  

Personal and Demographic Data Student Specific Data
  • Student Name
  • Parent/Guardian Name or other family member names
  • Address
  • Phone numbers
  • SSN or Student Number
  • Biometric records
  • Place of birth and date of birth
  • Medical/Health Information
  • Age
  • Race/Ethnic Association
  • Gender
  • Economic Status
  • Disabilities and/or special education needs
  • Courses and Enrollment
  • Grades
  • Graduation
  • Grades, Scores and Assessments
  • Attendance
  • Behavior
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Teacher observations and notes
  • Access to online accounts
  • Homework
  • Learning applications