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From: Henry Brown (hbrownknology.net)
Date: Sat Sep 13 2008 - 16:05:36 CDT
Iowa City Press-Citizen
Sept 11 2008
Some 500 students in the University of Iowa College of Engineering are
being notified by the college that their personal information may have
been exposed in a recent computer breach.
The compromised computer contained a file with names and Social Security
numbers of students stored on its hard drive. However, the file did not
contain information such as birth dates, grades or any financial
According to Alec Scranton, associate dean of academic programs in the
college, there is no evidence the file was viewed or copied, and it
appears that the purpose of the breach was to use College of Engineering
resources to store copies of music and movies.
Scranton sent a letter to students today notifying them of the incident
and alerting them that they may want to monitor their credit information
as a precaution. He said the college has no knowledge of any data being
accessed or misused.
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