Carnegie Mellon business school reports data breach
Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business has notified 19,000 students, alumni, faculty and staff that their personal data may have been compromised, according to university spokesman Mike Laffin.
The business school learned of the incident on April 10, when the university's IT Computing Services Office noticed unusual activity on the business school's computer network, Laffin said.
By Linda Rosencrance at Computerworld.
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