(update) Data breach potentially exposes 250 Clark College students’ information

More on an incident mentioned previously on this blog from Ian Larson in The Oregonian:

A cyberattack last week may have exposed the personal information, including the names and student identification numbers, of 250 Clark College students.

Nine students’ social security numbers were also briefly exposed in the data breach.

The college quickly secured its computer systems to stanch the flow of perennial information, Clark College spokeswoman Barbara Kerr said in an email.


The college will reimburse students up to $150 for any expenses associated with monitoring their credit, Kerr said.

The college has sent students, faculty and staff email messages advising them to change their account passwords.

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