Calgary teen charged in public school board student data hack

Erika Tucker reports:

A 15-year-old Calgary teen has been arrested and charged with hacking into public school board servers between November 2014 and March 2015.

The teen allegedly hacked into the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) servers using phishing e-mails and credentials. Police say once in the server, he accessed corporate and personal information, but wouldn’t elaborate on the type of records that were obtained.

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