INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - After sending thousands of letters to people who may have had their information shared with others, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is taking extra steps to determine who was affected.
FSSA hired I-net Software to help determine how many people's information was compromised and the names of those people. The company will work the next few weeks, including on weekends, to obtain the information.
The FSSA hired the company at the direction of Gov. Mike Pence.
The agency announced on July 1 that more than 187,000 FSSA clients were sent letters about the breach. A company that works with FSSA had a software glitch that sent sensitive information about clients to other clients. At the time, FSSA didn't know how many people were affected, so letters went to everyone.
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A winter weather advisory was issued for Wayne, Union, Switzerland, Ripley, Ohio, Franklin, Fayette and Dearborn counties on Saturday night.
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