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COLLEGE STATION - The social security numbers for 4,697 faculty and graduate assistants who taught during the Fall 2014 semester at Texas A&M University were viewable from a department website.

The social security numbers were inadvertently displayed along with the individual's first and last name in the Fall 2014 Semester Teaching Analysis Report (STAR). Upon discovering the situation, the University immediately removed access to the website and sent letters to those that might have been impacted by this data breach. For more information please go to http://facultysenate.tamu.edu/content/social-security-number-breach-and-irs-tax-fraud-faqs

NCUA Warns Consumers about “National Credit Union” Phishing Scam
Website Uses Logo Similar to NCUA’s, Mimics Website Design and Language

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (March 17, 2015) – The National Credit Union Administration has received reports of an online phishing scam that uses a website with a logo and a design similar to the agency’s own site in an attempt to convince unwary customers to provide information or send money.

Consumers have received emails from the National Credit Union website, which apparently originates in Australia and claims to offer services in the United States, Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. This website is not affiliated in any way with the National Credit Union Administration, a federal agency, and the emails are not from NCUA.