The Denver Public School District includes more than 90,000 students and many different elementary, middle, and high schools. The district is located in the County of Denver, in the state of Colorado, and has more than 6,000 teachers and additional staff members.
The Denver Publis Schools data breach occurred when one individual was able to break into the file network and access all the important documents. Once inside the network, the person read through documents, made copies of key information, and exposed employees and students of the school district.
The Denver Public School system realized that a data breach had occurred on December 2022. After further investigation, it was determined that the breach began on December 13, 2022, and persisted until January 13, 2023. The school system began sending out notices to impacted victims in March 2023.
This school district data breach impacts employees and students within the school district. Some parents of students were also exposed by the breach. If you receive a notice from the school system, your information could have been exposed, and you may suffer from serious data-related issues, such as identity theft or fraudulent purchases because your information was exposed.
There is no count of Denver Public Schools documents and files that were exposed. Thousands of files were available in the data network, and any of them could have been accessed and misused.