Kristal Dixon reports that a Georgia school district is notifying parents because of a breach at PCS Revenue Control Systems. This site had previously noted Polk County was notifying parents.
…. PCS Revenue Control Systems, Inc. this month sent letters to parents stating that the company in December 2019 detected an unauthorized access to files and records of school meal programs it manages, the district’s statement said.
PCS said in a statement that the breach potentially exposed students’ names, identification numbers, dates of birth and Social Security numbers.
Read more on AJC.
Austin ISD in Texas notified their parents of the breach last week, as KVUE reports.