ii more states make reported breaches or issues with nation portals to apply for pandemic-related unemployment benefits. In Ohio, Maggy McDonel reports: The personal information of Ohioans receiving pandemic unemployment assistance was recently exposed to a data breach, according to Ohio department of Jobs and Family Services. The info reportedly included names, Social Security numbers and street addresses. ODJFS acknowledged what it described as the data issue in a discharge sent out wednesday afternoon. The department says Deloitte Consulting notified it last weekend that around two-dozen people were able to view other PUA claimants correspondence. Read more on Fox19. And in Colorado, Joe Rubino reports: All 72,000 people signed up for�pandemic unemployment assistance in Colorado�are eligible for a twelvemonth of liberate credit monitoring after a system error gave 6 multitude approved for benefits access to everyone elses private information. The Colorado Department of labour and engagement was alerted to the problem Saturday. In a statement, the department referred to the situation as a limited and intermittent data access issue. nation officials insist it was not a data breach. show more on Reporter Herald. ohio and colorado are the third and fourth states we know of that have reported problems with land portals involved in filing for unemployment assistance. Arkansas was the first and Illinois was the second. at this point, it doesn’t seem like the states are all using the same program, but make not be surprised if more states story problems like these.