WESTWOOD, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- More than 30,000 current and former UCLA students are being warned Saturday about a potential security breach.
The university said someone hacked into a server containing some students' personal data.
Officials don't believe the hacker obtained any sensitive information, though UCLA is offering one year of free identity-protection services to anyone affected.
The university said it is in the process of sending students notifications.
30,000 UCLA students, former students warned about potential security breach