Ohio University reports two separate security breaches

Thursday, 4 May 2006, 12:42 AM EST

Ohio University in Athens this week disclosed two separate but apparently unrelated incidents of data theft involving its computers.

On April 24, IT officials at the university noticed that someone had hacked into an alumni database server containing personal and biographical information for more than 300,000 individuals and organizations, said Bill Sams, the university’s CIO. Faculty and staff members hired by the school before January 2004 were also affected.

At Computerworld.

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