Northeastern U. law school blames 'technical error' for accidental admissions emails
The Northeastern University School of Law accidentally sent 4,000 erroneous acceptance letters, including to more than 200 current applicants.
School's back, and so are scammers, NYS warns students
College students are prime targets for online scammers and other criminals, New York State officials said in a consumer alert.
UMass hires digital forensics firm to investigate racist emails
Officials are trying to determine the source of a string of virulently racist messages that were sent to members of Black-led student organizations.
Texas K-12 district loses $2.3 million in email scam
Manor Independent School District, which disclosed the theft last week, says it's following several "strong leads" alongside the FBI and local police.
Mass email exposes personal data of Georgia Tech students, again
After a similar incident last year and a major data breach in April, the university's "emergency response team" is now instating "corrective action."
Student data exposed in U. Pittsburgh email attachment
Students who received the personal data were asked to delete it and empty the trash can folder in their email client.
Florida high school student sends vulgar memo to entire school after email 'hack'
School administrators are now investigating how he managed to send an obscene email to all students, staff and faculty.
Dartmouth addresses email security concerns with two-factor authentication rollout
The college plans to secure user accounts with 2FA from the security company, Duo.
U. Chicago Law School accidentally sends applicant data to new students
A spreadsheet mistakenly sent to 297 new students contains personal and academic information of every applicant to the school's fall master's program.