Brightly warns of SchoolDude data breach exposing credentials

Sergiu Gatlan reports:

U.S. tech company and Siemens subsidiary Brightly Software is notifying customers that their personal information and credentials were stolen by attackers who gained access to the database of its SchoolDude online platform.

SchoolDude is a cloud-based platform for managing work orders used by over 7,000 colleges, universities, and K-12 schools from school districts of up to 600,000 students.


The company believes the threat actors have stolen customer account information, including names, email addresses, account passwords, phone numbers (where available), and school district names.

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