How Grading Assistant keeps student data secure
Grading Assistant is committed to ensuring the security and privacy of student data. One of the ways we do this is by storing and encrypting student names and grades on the local memory of the user's browser. This means that the data is never sent away from the user's computer, ensuring it is completely secure.
Each user of Grading Assistant has their own unique encryption key. This key encrypts the student data and ensures that only the user who created it can access it. This means that even if someone were to gain access to the data, they would not be able to read or understand it without the encryption key.
Using local storage and encryption also means that Grading Assistant is fully compatible with all student privacy laws. Keeping the data on the user's computer ensures that it is not shared or transmitted without the user's consent. This provides an additional layer of security and privacy for student data.
It's important to note that the Grading Assistant chrome extension is designed to work on any OS with Chrome installed. This means that the data is stored on the browser's local memory, which is specific to each device and user. This ensures that the data is only accessible by the person who created it and that it's deleted when the user logs out.
If you have any questions or concerns about the security and privacy of student data in Grading Assistant, please get in touch with our support team. We are always happy to help and provide additional information to ensure that you feel comfortable and confident using our product.