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BSA Member, Donor, Alumni Data Impacted by Blackbaud Data Security Incident

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It would be nice to know exactly what Blackbaud services were being used by BSA?  Was this membership management?  FOS donors?  Other donors?

I wonder if Blackbaud's bigger concern right now isn't identifying all the EU citizens in that stolen data for GDPR compliance purposes.  Unless they didn't have any, or quietly notified them of the breach, I think they are long past the required notification window.

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7/30/2020 :  Related or coincidence, the BSA gave notice to the Bankruptcy Court that they are retaining and compensating

Baker & Hostetler LLP to serve as legal counsel with regard to data privacy issues.

https://casedocs.omniagentsolutions.com/cmsvol2/pub_47373/836594_1056.pdf

BakerHostetler National Privacy and Data Protection Team

"...the elite team of attorneys is consistently selected by general counsel worldwide to address their most critical issues. Providing a full range of practical, strategic advice across a myriad of industries in key cities with global reach, the team’s comprehensive experience includes working on nearly 25 percent of all data breaches reported in the last year."

https://www.bakerlaw.com/press/bakerhostetlers-national-privacy-and-data-protection-team-named-a-practice-group-of-the-year

Edited by RememberSchiff

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*sigh*.  I guess the days of worrying about one's good word and reputation as being as good as a handshake are over ?   There is a local story about a US soldier in London during the Blitz needing some cash, so he wrote a "check"  on a local US bank on a scrap of paper (the legend says a cigarette pack wrapper) and the London bank cashed it on sight owing to the reputation of the bank in question. 

  My dad trusted the cash in his pocket, but used the banks , and they knew him.  His reputation is what got me my first car loan.  Same bank.....

Then too,  one might worry about forgetting where one buried that Mason jar full of     Grants or  Franklins  and Clevelands......   

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2 hours ago, SSScout said:

Then too,  one might worry about forgetting where one buried that Mason jar full of Grants or  Franklins  and Clevelands.....

Don't have to worry about that, never possessed anything above a Franklin, although I did hide one of those in an old metal 35mm metal film canister while on camp staff back in 74.  End of summer rolled around, and for the life of me, I could not remember where I hid it.  🙁🙁

 

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23 hours ago, MikeS72 said:

Don't have to worry about that, never possessed anything above a Franklin, although I did hide one of those in an old metal 35mm metal film canister while on camp staff back in 74.  End of summer rolled around, and for the life of me, I could not remember where I hid it.  🙁🙁

 

What camp did you say you worked at again?  I think a treasure hunt into unknown woods sounds more fun than teaching my classroom of masked students next week.  Hmmm...I could make it a field trip!  😁.  I just need 30 shovels and a tape measure for social distancing.  

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