Someone got thru online security and reached a database of 650-thousand-plus records.
Experts are drawing closer to determining who hacked into a University of Nebraska database that contained personal data on students, alumni, parents and university employees.
University information security officer Joshua Mauk says 20-30 people have been investigating the breach and that a break in the case could come as soon as today.
The university announced Friday that someone had breached security and reached the database of more than 650,000 records. Officials have said there's no evidence the information was downloaded.
The data includes bank account information for as many as 30,000 students, along with the Social Security numbers, addresses, housing and financial aid information, grades and transcripts of hundreds of thousands of others. The system includes information for all four system campuses.