The University of York said a cyberattack experienced by a third-party cloud computing provider caused a data breach that exposed the personal information of alumni, staff and students, ZDNet reports. The university said affected data includes names, birthdates and addresses, as well as course and educational details. The third party, Blackbaud, said the cyberattack occurred in May and did not include encrypted data. The university has launched an investigation and notified staff, students and the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office.
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