Linkedin Email Advertisement Facebook Print Twitter WhatsApp The Data Protection Commissioner is conducting an ongoing investigation into an incident in which sensitive data relating to hundreds of students at the University of Limerick was mistakenly sent to one student.Personal information relating to 363 residents of Kilmurry Village including their bank details and PPS numbers were incorrectly sent.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up On the February 10 the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner was notified of the breach.UL says the breach was a result of human error and the student who received the email has confirmed it’s been deleted. All of the people affected were contacted.The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner says their investigation is ongoing and UL is reviewing its procedures to ensure compliance with its data protection obligations.It’s the second data breach in UL is three months.Last November seven students had their personal information and grant applications for the Student Assistance Fund posted on UL’s website in error. NewsBreaking newsData breach investigationBy Bernie English – March 4, 2015 837 Previous articleAlmost 300 School Children Attend HRI’s ‘Go Racing Kids Club’ Education Day at Limerick RacecourseNext articleLIT’s Fitzgibbon Cup breakthrough year recalled as team of 2005 gather for 10the anniversary Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news.
Written by Tags: Kyle Whittingham/Pac-12 Media Day/Utah Football FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOS ANGELES-Thursday afternoon, University of Utah head football coach Kyle Whittingham addressed the media, as well as senior defensive end Bradlee Anae and senior tailback Zack Moss during Pac-12 media day.5:52 pmAnae told media that he had a fascination with the Pac-12 trophy that he saw displayed at media day. He confirmed his beliefs that it belongs in Salt Lake City this season.4:56 pmWhen addressing the media, Moss said the Utes’ expectation is “to do the hunting,” calling upon a metaphor many Beehive State football fans can relate to in regard to a question about how Utah expects to handle the season.4:19 pmWhittingham tersely gave his thoughts on transfer players , saying that he thinks “the transfer portal” will slow down because a lot of these kids have “nowhere to go,” as the process ensues. He confirmed the Utes’ thoughts on transfer players mirror those of other programs, which is once players use the transfer portal, they are done with that program.Whittingham stated he also didn’t care for the Utes’ lofty expectations placed upon them by the Pac-12 media earlier in the afternoon as they were projected to win the conference, saying “they don’t mean a thing.”Whittingham also glorified the decisive home-field advantage the Utes have at Rice-Eccles Stadium, thanking Utah’s raucous fans for their contributions to the Utes’ success at home.Whittingham also expressed his appreciation that all of the Utes’ non-conference games occur before conference play starts as this gives his squad an opportunity to focus on the most important games down the stretch.When asked about how he felt about the return of offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig to the program (2005-2008), Whittingham hearkened back to his magnificence in helping the Utes to their undefeated season in 2008 and said he’s glad to have him back in the program, calling him “meticulous and detail-oriented.”Whittingham confirmed the Utes’ ultimate goal is to “win it all,” although he remained resolute throughout his press conference that his players and assistants not get overly excited about existing expectations.Whittingham revealed the Utes also have holes, as he has “no idea” who the placekicker will be and there have been various injuries on the offensive line. Fall camp will help sort these issues out, he said.When asked how he felt about USC being the Utes’ first conference game, Whittingham didn’t definitively answer whether that’s a blessing or curse for his squad. Brad James July 24, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Football Addresses Media At Pac-12 Media Day