Kentucky unemployment website experienced April data breach
Another state has reported a breach or leak involving a state portal for filing unemployment claims. Fox19 reports:
Kentucky officials reported Thursday what Gov. Andy Beshear described as a “data breach” in the state’s unemployment insurance web portal.
The so-called breach took place on April 23, according to a release from Kentucky’s Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
EWDC says its Office of Technology Services received a report at 9:17 a.m. on that day saying some unemployment insurance claimants could potentially view the identity verification documents uploaded by others.
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So far, then, that’s Arkansas, Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, Florida, and now Kentucky.