"Reported" Data Losses During the First 10 days of July

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The Identity Theft Resource Center's latest report indicated reported data breaches for the first half of 2008 hit an all time high - 342 as of June 27th. Here is a list of reported losses during the first ten days of this month.


Wagner Resource Group - July 9, 2008
Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and names of about 2,000 exposed through peer-to-peer file sharing

LPL Financial - July 8, 2008
Hackers potentially able to access names, addresses and Social Security numbers of 10,219

Florida Agency for Health Care Administration - July 7, 2008
Names, addresses, birth dates, driver licenses and Social Security numbers of 55,000 organ donors exposed

Clark County Nevada District Court - July 4, 2008
Names, addresses, Social Security numbers and birth dates of 380 released by e-mail

Associated Newspapers (UK) - July 4, 2008
Names, addresses, and bank account numbers of thousands on stolen laptop

University of Nebraska at Kearney - July 2, 2008
2,035 notified about names and Social Security numbers on hacked computers

 Baptist Health - July 2, 2008
1,800 notified about breach of system records including names and Social Security numbers

Google employees at risk after old-fashioned burglary


For additional information on recently reported data breaches see:

June: Another Laundry List of Reported Data Theft

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