Evite Data Breach -- 33,000 UCLA Emails Impacted
On July 14, 2019, the data breach monitoring service haveibeenpwned.com posted a database dump of approximately 101 million users who had their information exposed as part of the Evite data breach.
This breach was officially reported in June of 2019 and thought to have occurred back on February 22, 2019. Additional information regarding this incident can be found by visiting Evite’s security notice webpage at https://www.evite.com/security/update.
Consistent with the UCLA IT Security Office’s existing practice of providing courtesy notices to affected individuals when credential compromise intelligence is received, the UCLA IT Security Office will send out notification to approximately 33,000 evite users whose accounts were registered using an @ucla.edu email address.
This self-help article can be found at: https://www.bol.ucla.edu/shortcut/kb/kb0013302. Please reach out to the UCLA IT Security Office ([email protected]) if you have any questions regarding this notice.