Jan 212017

Owen Daugherty reports:

A malware infection is to blame for a security breach that could put the personal information of up to 4,611 clients of the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin in jeopardy.

Clients were alerted of the possible threat that could put their bank account information, credit card numbers, driver’s license and their social security numbers at risk, but OSU spokesman Ben Johnson said in a statement that there is “no current evidence that confidential information was viewed or removed from the server.”

Read more on The Lantern.

  2 Responses to “Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin hit with possible data breach”

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