John Emeigh reports:
Personal information, including social security numbers, was compromised in a cyberattack on the Butte School District that directly impacted more than 900 school district employees.
Butte School Superintendent Judy Jonart said employees have been offered 12 months of free credit monitoring protection.
School officials first noticed the district’s computer system was hacked on Nov. 4 and since then, the system has been shut down to prevent further intrusion.
Read more at KXLF.
h/t, Doug Levin