Data Breach at Butler University affects over 163,000 individuals

Officials at Butler University have informed approximately 163,000 individuals that a data breach has compromised their personal information.

The breach came to light when police arrested an identity theft suspect who had a flash drive containing the personal information of some Butler University employees.

An internal investigation revealed that someone hacked into the university's computer network between November 2013 and May 2014.

According to the letter, the hacker had access to files containing names, date of birth, Social Security numbers and bank account information.

The university is offering one year free credit card monitoring service to those affected.


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