310,000 Records Compromised In University Of Colorado Data Breach, Including Social Security Numbers & University Financial Information

Audra Streetman reports:

The University of Colorado released new information on Friday about the Accellion data breach that compromised more than 310,000 university records. Officials say the data accessed in the breach includes personally identifiable information, including grades and transcript data, visa and disability status, medical and prescription information and in limited cases, Social Security numbers and university financial account information.

Read more on CBS Denver.  The university has not yet reported the number of patients who had ePHI involved — or if they have, HHS hasn’t added it to the public breach tool yet.

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