Washington South Supervisory Union advises members of serious breach in financial computer system

Washington South Supervisory Union in Northfield, Vermont reports what they describe as a “serious security breach on its financial computer system” that may have compromised members’ personal financial information.

By letter dated October 28 to those affected, the Supervisory Union indicated that until matters were resolved, payroll checks would be issued using paper paychecks.

The Supervisory Union indicated that it was working closely with banks and federal law enforcement, and advised members to check their statements carefully for the next 12-24 months.  They did not offer them any free credit monitoring services, however.

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