Cal State Responds to Computer Security Issue

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 28, 2003

On March 24, I posted about Cal State’s significant problem with their computer system and data privacy, and follow-up with this article from the Chronicle of Higher Education indicating that the university administration has determined it would be a good idea to address the issue now. “Cal State officials plan to have PeopleSoft, the company that created the software, update the database system so that students’ birth dates and the first five digits of their social security numbers are blocked out. ”

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