Update: One or more Paterson students were allegedly responsible for district data breach
One or more students were allegedly responsible for the massive data breach that struck the district late last year, according to sources briefed on a preliminary investigation conducted by a firm contracted by the district.
Superintendent Eileen Shafer’s administration won’t make the findings public, stating it is “attorney-client privileged material.” The district hired the law firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott to investigate the data breach, which claimed more than 23,000 passwords. Investigation followed reporting in the Paterson Times about the data breach.
Read more on Paterson Times. This district has not been a glowing example of transparency, has it?