Thousands at risk of ID theft in late...

Thousands at risk of ID theft in latest UA hacking attack [The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson]

There are 1 comment on the Customer Interaction Solutions story from Oct 16, 2013, titled Thousands at risk of ID theft in latest UA hacking attack [The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson]. In it, Customer Interaction Solutions reports that:

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Oct. 16--More than 9,000 former law students and applicants at the University of Arizona are at risk of identity theft after UA's latest computer security breach.

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Ciro Verdi

Tucson, AZ

#1 Oct 18, 2013
UA has systems in place to protect private data. In this case, the data was stored “in error” on a server that hosted the public website of the UA’s College of Law, the news release said.
The intruder may have gained access to old class rosters and law school applicant lists, it said.

So “in this case old class rosters” are not part of the “systems in place to protect private data”???? Are there any other cases ???

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