An Indiana University spokesman says the response to data breach cost the university $130,000.
An identity-theft suspect found with Butler University students' and staff's personal information has prompted a data breach investigation.
Indiana University revealed this week that records for 146,000 students and recent graduates had been compromised.
Students across all seven campuses who attended IU from 2011-2014 are potentially at risk.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office has been in communication with representatives of the Target Corporation about a recent high-profile data breach.