CitySights NY tour operator was storing card security codes in apparent violation of payment card industry regulations.
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More Funding Needed to Secure States’ Computers, Audit Shows
The Germany-based company ThyssenKrupp has announced that it started its second blast furnace at its ThyssenKrupp CSA mill in Santa Cruz, Brazil on Dec.
ThyssenKrupp Starts Brazilian Blast Furnace
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Hawaii lawmakers are likely to take up proposed legislation that would punish state agencies responsible for data breaches that can result in identity theft.
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Gabbard wants a law addressing data leaks
A laptop stolen in Georgia in November held the names and billing information of nearly 14,000 Centra patients, the Lynchburg-based hospital system announced Monday.
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Centra notifies nearly 14,000 patients after laptop theft
Mountain View Medical Center data loss incident circa 2010-12-10
Posted on December 21st, 2010 No comments
Watch Saint Xavier University Prof. William Kresse, aka “Professor Fraud” in “The 12 Scams of Christmas” on FOX’s “Good Day Chicago.” The 12 segments give helpful tips on how to avoid identity theft during the holidays and are scheduled to air from now through Friday, Dec. 24.
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Professor Fraud's 12 Scams of Christmas
Posted on December 20th, 2010 No comments
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Posted on December 20th, 2010 No comments
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