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This is interesting, a study of k-12 and college breaches by the numbers

In a relatively short piece I found on twitter, the number of breaches effecting school systems whether in college or k-12 schools was a very low 135 breaches totaling only 1.2 percentof all the breaches. Some of the breaches back then were possibly not reported back then. Do you know what the alarming number is this past year? 2019 was the biggest year in school systems, according to the article. 2.49 million records were taken in 2013 in one school breach alone. Want to read the alarming facts of this short read? A link to the report is also available. US K-12 and Colleges Suffered 1,300 Data Breaches in 15 Years is the article. Have fun chewing on this one!


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This is interesting, a study of k-12 and college breaches by the numbers was released on July 14, 2020 at 10:45 am by tech in article commentary.
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  1. Comment by crashmaster date 15 July 2020 alle 20:02 (),

    Hmmm if you think that’s interesting what about all the usb drives sitting round university and school campuses.
    I mean they keep their systems secure by refreshing em every 6 months but I know from someone I talked to that if the network gets a virus, they just reformat because the network is to big to clear or some nonsence.
    That was ages back so who knows.
    For myself I got a virus on one of the systems here my brother and his class got from school.
    Long nights of clearing the virus, reformats, throwing away a lot of backup data, got it fixed but still.
    Only solution is to exclusively use cloud storage for everything and just prey.

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