Shorter University responds to theft of records of former student athletes
This item is from late September.
Jeremy Stewart reported:
Shorter University is reviewing security protocol after a group of files containing students’ personal information was removed from a campus building.
A letter obtained by the Rome News-Tribune was sent out to former student-athletes by Shorter Vice President for Finance and CFO Susan Zeird urging them to keep a close eye on their credit and financial records.
School officials discovered on Sept. 23 that an unauthorized person accessed and removed the documents, according to the letter.
Read more on Rome News-Tribune.
Peter - November 4, 2014
Why oh, who are records not just deleted after someone graduates? Perhaps so people can verify later that they truely attended / gotten a diploma? Is that truely always needed? If so, at least allow the destruction of the SSN data …