50 cases of identity theft result in NW Florida university hack

Here’s more proof that even low-profile organizations are at risk. A Northwest Florida university revealed yesterday that the school’s servers were hacked, revealing personally identifiable information for up to 300,000 students and employees, already resulting in identity theft.

You’ve been hacked. Now what?

(Editor’s note: Chris Drake is CEO and founder of FireHost, Inc., a secure Web hosting company. He submitted this story to VentureBeat.)