May 16, 2024, 8:24 p.m. | RSS Syndication

2020 Attack Affected 13,000 Blackbaud Clients, 1.5 Billion of Their 'Constituents'
A federal judge has denied class certification in consolidated proposed class action litigation against Blackbaud stemming from the fundraising software vendor's 2020 ransomware attack that affected 13,000 clients and compromised data of about 1.5 million donors, patients and other individuals.

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