Cyber security breach impacts UGDSB students

GUELPH – The Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) is reporting a cyber security breach that affects students at six of its schools. 

“We have been notified by Edge Imaging (a yearbook provider) that one of their subcontractors has suffered a cyber security breach,” officials state on the board website. 

The breach effects students at: 

– Wellington Heights Secondary Schoool;

– Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute; 

– Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute; 

– Centre Dufferin District High School;

– Edward Johnson Public School; and 

– Ken Danby Public School. 

According to Edge Imaging officials, “the yearbook software service provider used, Creator Studio Pro, has been the subject of a cyber incident.” 

Yearbook photos from the 2022-23 and 2023-24 may have been compromised in the security breach. 

“This means that any photos collected for potential use in the yearbook may have been accessed in the incident.” 

Edge Imaging Officials state that no identifying information including school, grade, name or location were compromised. 

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