Personal information for 70,000 Hawaii students potentially compromised

HNN reports:

Personal information for as many as 70,000 public school students may have been compromised after a University of Hawaii vendor charged with overseeing a college and career planning website detected “suspicious” unauthorized access to one of its servers.


The University of Hawaii’s P-20 Partnerships for Education provided the third-party vendor ― Graduation Alliance ― with the personal information so it could feed a website called My Future Hawaii. The website is aimed at giving middle and high school students college and career planning resources, financial aid guidance, and an expedited application process for UH.

Read more on HNN. They provide a listing of schools involved and more details on the situation.

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