DETROIT (AP) -- Detroit says a recent computer security breach affected files that contained personal identifying information of a large number of city employees.
The city says in a statement that Beth Niblock, Detroit's chief information officer, plans to discuss the breach during a Monday news conference.
The city says two affected files contained the identifying information but the breach doesn't appear to have put employees' personal information at risk.
The city says it's taking "significant measures" to inform its employees of the breach and to make sure they are protected.
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