A student staff penis of the Stanford Daily discovered a data cut and reported it to campus privacy authorities on November 9. The student was able to access unidentified sexual attack reports which were beingness collected under the Clery number from 2005 to 2012.The data was stored on the Andrew Filed sharing platform and was accessible to any AFS user, including those outside of Stanford, according to Stanford News. We greatly appreciate the Stanford Dailys responsible handling of the confidential information and for their inspire reporting to the university, says Wendi Wright, Stanfords chief privateness officer. We were able to secure confidential AFS files within two hours of learning of the exposure and promptly launched an intensive investigation. In addition, we experience urgently reached out to all managers of shared file servers to review access permissions and to delete old files.While the University privateness Office and the graduate school of concern IT teams investigated the november 9 exposure, they discovered a file on November 21 which contained names, birthdates, social Security numbers and salary information for nearly 10,000 non-teaching university employees from an August 2008 snapshot. Confidential financial assistance info for MBA students was accessible as well.