Network intrusion prompts Stanford to warn of possible data theft

Friday, 27 May 2005, 7:36 PM EST

Stanford University is notifying about 9,600 users of its Career Development Center of a network intrusion on May 11 that may have exposed their names, Social Security numbers and other personal information.

Notices of the attack are being sent through the U.S. Postal Service or e-mail to students and alumni who have used the Career Development Center since 1995 to help find jobs, said Debra Zumwalt, an attorney in the university's office of general counsel.

By Todd R. Weiss at Computerworld.

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