An attack on Calhoun County School District, near the state capital of Columbia, SC, has left parents worried for their children's data security.
The District informed parents via recorded message from the Superintendent. Importantly, the message included a warning "personal information in possession of the district may have been compromised.”
"More than a week-and-a-half later, the district has yet to communicate anything about the incident in writing."
Parents were advised to take precautions to protect themselves, with no additional details.
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