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45,000 NYC Students’ Data Exposed in MOVEit Breach

45,000 NYC Students’ Data Exposed in MOVEit Breach

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In a major blow to the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE), a significant data breach has occurred, compromising the personal information of tens of thousands of students.

The NYC DOE recently confirmed that hackers gained unauthorized access to its MOVEit Transfer server, a widely-used managed file transfer (MFT) software employed for secure data exchange. The breach, reportedly orchestrated by the notorious CL0P ransomware gang, resulted in the theft of sensitive files containing the personal information of approximately 45,000 students.

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