Four weeks after massive data breach, University of Maryland victim of 'cyber-intrusion'
The University of Maryland alerted administrators last week that someone hacked into its computer network and accessed the personal data of a senior university official.
The "cyber-intrusion," as Ann G. Wylie, the university's interim vice president, called it, came just four weeks after another data breach compromised 287,580 records. The two incidents are unrelated, Wylie said, and only the senior official's data was accessed in the most recent incident.
"Within 36 hours, the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, and the University's Police Department,...