Many of the present and former students could have been impacted by a data leak at a North Carolina community college.
Tuesday, the Greensboro News & Records reported that a ransomware cyberattack struck Guilford Technical Community College in mid-September.
The college said it is reviewing the cyber attack “to assess what occurred and to remediate compromised networks.” Assistance was offered by state departments, intelligence experts and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The college said it has approached potentially impacted students , faculty and staff members. It said it will have one year of credit management and identity repair services.
“Due to the continuing nature of this inquiry, the college declined further comment.”
The GTCC found the Sept. 14 data leak.