NeedMyTranscripts.com expose users' names, addresses and dates of birth, among other information, due to a site flaw that one user discovered.
More than 5,000 customers had personal information stolen, but roughly 9,000 notification letters were sent out as a precautionary measure.
Malicious software installed on Sept. 24 may have compromised personal information for visitors that made purchases between May 12 and Aug. 28.
Settings for an internal file server were inadvertently modified, making graduate school applications accessible to anyone with Marquette University login credentials.
UC Davis Health System is notifying 1,326 patients that a physician's work email account was accessed by an unknown source and an email within that account contained their personal or medical information.
More than 850,000 individuals are being notified by the Oregon Employment Department that their personal information may have been compromised during an intrusion into the agency's website.
North Dakota State College of Science is notifying more than 15,000 current and former students and employees that malware was discovered on numerous computers that contained their personal information.
Security settings were inadvertently removed from a folder containing staffer data and it was possible for other employees to access the personal information.
An undisclosed number of Touchstone Medical Imaging patients are being notified that their personal information was inadvertently made accessible via the internet.
An unencrypted, password protected laptop stolen from Community Technology Alliance contained Social Security numbers.