Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed in light of the Raptor Technologies data breach.
As part of their investigation, they need to hear from individuals who received a notice stating they were impacted.
Raptor Technologies, a software provider that serves over 5,300 U.S. school districts, recently acknowledged that a vulnerability in its cloud-hosted data repositories left its customers' information exposed.
Security researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered the exposed data, which reportedly included more than 4 million records, in non-password protected storage buckets and verified that the information belonged to Raptor, which offers software to schools for student attendance tracking, visitor monitoring, and emergency management, among other purposes. According to Fowler, who reported the incident on January 11, 2024 after Raptor secured its database, the exposed documents contained highly sensitive information such as evacuation plans, maps, lists of students posing threats, medical records, court documents, and personal details of staff, students, and parents/guardians.
Raptor indicated in a statement that individuals whose personal information may have been affected will be notified.
If your information was exposed in the breach, attorneys want to hear from you. You may be able to start a class action lawsuit to recover compensation for loss of privacy, time spent dealing with the breach, out-of-pocket costs, and more.
A successful case could also force Raptor Technologies to ensure it takes proper steps to protect the information it was entrusted with.
• Social Security Number
• Date of Birth
• Full Name
• Medical Information
• School Records
• Student Information
If you received a notice regarding the Raptor Technologies data breach, fill out the form on this page to get in touch with us.
An attorney or legal representative may then reach out to you to explain more about this investigation and ask you a few questions.
Remember, there is no cost to get in touch, and you are under no obligation to take action after speaking to someone.