Mills pay from $45 to $70 more for ferrous scrap grades in July.
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July Fireworks in Ferrous Markets, RMDAS Figures Indicate
2008 sales leaders were recognized at annual meeting in Las Vegas.
Sennebogen Recognizes Top 3 Distributors
Bismarck facility earns ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification.
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Bobcat Company Facility Earns Certification
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Francis Howell School District data loss incident circa 2009-07-17
Analyst: ‘Days of Amateurs Committing Breaches are Well Behind us’Lexis-Nexis made public notification of a data breach that federal authorities say is tied to a New York mafia crime family. The New York-based company has sent more than 13,000 letters to former customers whose personal data may be at risk
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Lexis-Nexis Breach Linked to Crime Family
Digital Transactions-“The new guidelines provide greater specificity about wireless network security, an area where there are known vulnerabilities that hackers have exploited, most famously in the TJX data breach,” Tom Wills, senior analyst of security for fraud and compliance at Javelin Strategy & Research, tells Digital Transactions News via e-mail.
Unknown number of customers Social Security numbers, bank accounts and credit details thrown in dumpster
Home Solution Pros data loss incident circa 2009-07-16
HealthPort, based in Alpharetta, Ga., has announced that Resurrection Health Care of Chicago has signed an agreement to implement the company’s RACPro Basic software, designed to help hospitals with access to records and activity reports needed for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Recovery Audit Contractor initiative.
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Vendor Notebook – HealthPort sells RACPro software to Resurrection Health Care
HARTFORD – In a year when General Assembly votes frequently broke along partisan lines, the new identity theft act passed unanimously and was signed by Gov. M.
ID Theft Measure Is Now Law
It’s a big problem that companies are loath to discuss.
Taking On Small-Business Identity Theft – BusinessWeek