Data from FBI National Academy Associates chapters in North Carolina, Florida, and Washington, D.C., has reportedly been hacked.
NBC News reports that names, dates of birth, phone numbers, street addresses, and some other information belonging to law enforcement officers may have been exposed. The date was reportedly published online Friday night.
The FBI NAA says that they are currently working with federal investigators to try and isolate where the hack came from and how the breach could have happened. The total number of officers whose data was breached is unknown.
NBC News: FBI National Academy Associates data from chapters in North Carolina, Florida, and D.C. which contains the names, DOBs (in some cases), phone numbers, street addresses (in some cases), and other information belonging to law enforcement officers has been hacked.
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