San Diego Unified students’ medical data compromised in October cybersecurity breach, school district says

Lauryn Schroeder reports:

An October data breach of San Diego Unified School District’s network involved students’ medical information, the district told families in a letter sent this month.

Dennis Monahan, executive director of risk services for the district, said an investigation into the breach has revealed that the names and medical information of students were compromised.

Staff and students were issued new passwords.

Read more at San Diego Union-Tribune.

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