Ron Wilshire reports:
Clarion University was notified of an email compromise that occurred because of a criminal phishing scam that compromised two email accounts in the registrar’s office.
The unauthorized individual or individuals had access to the accounts between October 7 and October 10.
“Clarion University is committed to data integrity and privacy protection,” said Communication Manager Tina Horner. “The email compromise potentially exposed Social Security and/or driver’s license numbers belonging to 408 students.
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