Ferris State University says it has closed its investigation into a data security breach that put identifying information of thousands of people at risk of being accessed.
The school in Big Rapids says in a statement Tuesday that it found no evidence to suggest the information was viewed or taken.
The school earlier said it learned on July 23 that an unauthorized person evaded network security and gained access to a computer that was used to operate its website. About 62,000 people's names and Social Security numbers were in files that were accessible.
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Affected people were notified by letter.
The school said it shut down the server and hired a computer forensic firm to help it investigate and block further unauthorized access.