Ontario school district hit by cyber attack discovers additional info stolen

Lynn Greiner reports:

The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board has sent letters to students and former students informing them their personal information was compromised in a cyber attack that was first announced on Dec. 15, 2022. The attack initially took down the board’s website, as well as telephones, public address systems, and email for all board sites.

The Sault Star reported Tuesday that director of education Danny Viotto and board chair Gary Trembinski signed the notification, apologizing and informing student recipients that information stolen included date of birth, Ontario Education Number, Student Performance Information (other than report cards), citizenship status, country of birth and other immigration related information.

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