NJ: Private Seton Hall University student data exposed in e-mail

Personal information of 1,500 seniors – contained in an e-mail attachment – was accidentally sent to 400 students on Tuesday.

The e-mail attachment, which was an Excel spreadsheet, listed the students’ names, home addresses, e-mail addresses, student identification numbers, majors, credit hours and grade point averages, according to a “Security Incident” e-mail sent Tuesday evening by interim Provost Larry A. Robinson.

Read more in the Setonian.

Hat-tip, ESI.

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