FSU breach prompts Fla. education commissioner to call for data security review
- Florida Education Commissioner Tony Bennett is ordering a data security review after a breach exposed personal information for thousands enrolled in a Florida State University teacher preparation program.
- According to the state's Department of Education, the information for around 47,000 enrolled in the program was publicly accessible for two weeks because of the breach, which happened while two servers at the university's Florida Center for Interactive Media were transmitting data.
- The department says that while unauthorized people may have gained access to the data, there has been no indication of inappropriate use and FSU is working to notify those affected.
From the article:
In the wake of personal information for thousands of teachers in training was exposed online, Florida’s Education Commissioner Tony Bennett has ordered a review of data security. ...
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