Social Security numbers, other data may have been stolen breaches at Lansing Community College and D’Youville University

Mike Ellis reports:

More than three-quarters of a million people may have had their social security numbers stolen in a data breach at Lansing Community College in late 2022 and early 2023, according to a law firm that says it’s investigating the incident.

The community college notified “757,832 employees, students and vendors that their personal information may have been accessed or acquired by an unknown unauthorized person,” Federman & Sherwood, a law firm with offices in Texas and Oklahoma, said in a statement posted on its website.

Read more at Lansing State Journal.

That’s not the only recent school breach being investigated by a law firm looking for potential class action lawsuit plaintiffs or members.  A different law firm writes that they are looking into a breach reported in June by D’Youville University that also involved student information such as social security numbers.

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