North Dakota University - 06/03/2014

North Dakota University System has notified individuals of a security breach of a computer server that stores personal information on students, staff and faculty. On February 7, 2014 the server was hacked into and more than 209,000 current and former students and 780 faculty and staff had personal information stored on thus server that included names and Social Security numbers according to Larry Skogen, the Interim Chancellor. The university has notified officials and has set up a website www.ndus.edu/data with information and is organizing a call center for questions from those who were affected.Authorities have announced that "an entity operating outside the Unites States apparently used the server as a launching pad to attack other computers, possibly accessing outside accounts to send phishing emails"