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SPRINGFIELD, Mo., March 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In July 2020, COH received notice from Blackbaud of a cybersecurity event that occurred on Blackbaud's system that was discovered in May of 2020. The notice advised that a subset of data was taken from the Blackbaud systems, including data potentially related to COH. While Blackbaud has not confirmed what data specifically relating to COH was not involved in the event, it advised that backup copies of data were accessed or acquired during the event. However, COH did not have access to the data identified by Blackbaud because COH was no longer using Blackbaud's services. As such, COH worked with and relied upon Blackbaud to provide information necessary to determine the potential impact on its data.  Following extensive communications with Blackbaud, on October 9, 2020, Blackbaud provided additional information to COH related to the potentially impacted information. However, because COH is no longer a client of Blackbaud, the information was provided in a format that was not readable to COH. As such, COH began working with third-party computer specialists to obtain this information in a readable format and review the information to confirm what data was present. On December 9, 2020, COH obtained the necessary information to allow it to determine what data was potentially impacted by the Blackbaud event. Through the review of this information provided by Blackbaud, COH determined that name and date of birth relating to certain individuals was present on Blackbaud's system at the time of the event.