UIC warns of possible data breach; business, accounting students at risk

Some former University of Illinois Chicago students were warned last week of a breach that left personal information, including Social Security numbers, publicly accessible.

A website security breach made two College of Business Administration documents from the 2002 spring semester accessible — a roster from a Special Topics in Accounting course and an advising list for all junior and senior accounting majors, according to a statement from the university.

The statement did not say how many students were affected, but UIC has not received any reports of improper use of data.

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