Empower Educators to Innovate Responsibly

BrightBytes, in partnership with iKeepSafe,™ internationally acclaimed for its work in digital privacy and safety, helps education organizations navigate complex digital safety responsibilities as they implement new technology.

Lead the Education Technology Revolution Safely

Proactively address growing concerns of safety in 21st century classrooms with a research-based framework that collects, stores, and updates formative data from diverse experts within each district. The module helps organizations create relevant policies to ensure a safe learning environment. 


Discover the Benefits of Digital Privacy, Safety & Security 

States & ESAs

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States & ESAs

  • Build and communicate a clear, consistent digital vision
  • Track trends across districts and schools
  • Report on status and growth
  • Use data to inform budget decisions



  • Create a safe place for educators to provide innovative learning
  • Use data to advocate for demonstrated needs
  • Easily navigate new policies and legislation
  • Learn from exemplar practices and policies



  • Subscribe to, and enforce, comprehensive programs, policies, and systems
  • Ensure innovative practices take place in a safe learning environment
  • Address the concerns of parents and guardians with confidence

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The Digital Privacy, Safety & Security Framework

The Digital Privacy, Safety & Security framework is built around four domains that gather input from stakeholders at multiple levels and provide a clear picture of the strengths and gaps in an organization’s digital environment. 

Create a positive school culture

Drive inspiring actions

Build meaningful structures and routines

Create effective processes for handling digital incidents


What Our Customers Say

Having data in front of us will help us meet digital privacy and safety challenges, and make it very easy to identify, to visualize, and to actually improve policies and programs.”

We knew the power behind tools like social media and mobile devices to impact student learning. The challenge is to develop the practices around those tools so that the learning experience is both meaningful and safe.”