On October 16, 2015, the Organization noticed that a page on its website, which was managed by a third party web hosting firm, was loading slowly. An investigation was immediately conducted, which indicated that malware had been installed on the hosting firm?s webserver on or around May 19, 2015. The information at issue was stored on the webserver. The Organization reported that it ?has not received any forensic evidence from its former third party web hosting firm establishing that such information was actually accessed without authorization?, but also noted ?it does not appear that the former third party web hosting firm conducted a forensic analysis in connection with this event.?

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