Sheldon ISD in Houston, tx posted a notification on July 24 concerning a cyberattack: Sheldon independent schooling territory (Sheldon or we) is committed to protecting the privateness and confidentiality of its students. This commitment extends to notifying our former students if we believe the security or privacy of their information may have been compromised. Sheldon recently learned that an unauthorized third party gained accesses to our computer network. Upon identifying the issue, we initiated an internal investigation and hired a leading computer forensics firm to examine our network and substantiate the security of our computer systems. On June 15, 2020, based on that investigation and examination, we determined that the unauthorized party had the ability to eyeshot and download documents from our network. These documents contained different info about some of our current and former students and staff. We worked to identify the specific individuals whose information was impacted and on July 22, 2020 sent notification letters to all current and former staff members, as wellspring as many current and former students. We were however not able to identify addresses for some of our former students, and are therefore poster this mark to alert potentially impacted individuals. The impacted information differs for current and former students and across individuals, but generally included information such as: a students name; year in school; school name; teacher name; sex; race; examine scores; and english language proficiency. The documents did�not�contain Social Security Numbers or any other similarly sensitive personal information for current or former students. […] read the full mark on their site. DataBreaches.net reached out yesterday to inquire whether this onslaught involved any ransomware or extortion demands, but has not received a reply by publication time. This post will live updated when a reply is received.