Posted on May 23rd, 2009 No comments
Indiana Department of Workforce Development data loss incident circa 2009-05-23
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Accidental disclosure of 4,500 Social Security numbers to incorrect employer
Unknown number of sensitive records including names, addresses and Social Security numbers on missing hard drive
National Archives and Records Administration data loss incident circa 2009-05-19
Setting up our blogs to auto update and connect to the Twitterverse. Excited to explore and network. – RJ # RT @JavelinStrategy: Javelin “Point” of the Day: Latest survey data, online banking adoption still continues to grow.
Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-05-22
By Rebecca Seaman In this tough economy, many of us are actively searching for employment.
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Applications for Employment: What You Should Disclose and When
(added May 22, 2009) A full-content feed is available at http://www.us-cert.gov/current/index.atom
Novell Releases Updates for GroupWise
The newest phishing attack to hit Twitter yesterday was a type of cyberscam called typo-squatting. This falls under a more generic term, cybersquatting. This attack took advantage of the similarities between a double v (tvvitter) and a w (twitter) to scam you into revealing your login information.Other typo-squatting simply takes advantage of the pay-per-click system
Coordinated Health, a Lehigh, Pa.-based provider of sports and musculoskeletal medicine services, has implemented a new electronic medical record and management solution to automate processes at eight locations. Allscripts-Misys Healthcare Solutions’ Enterprise Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management solutions are designed to help smooth transitions for Coordinated Health’s patients as they move between care settings, according to officials.
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Coordinated Health implements new electronic medical record
WASHINGTON, May 21 (Reuters) – Sensitive documents about U.S. taxpayers were found in trash outside all Internal Revenue Service sites visited in a investigation, putting the people at risk of identity
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IRS lax in destroying sensitive tax papers – report
A few weeks ago, the records of 8 million patients were stolen from Virginia’s prescription monitoring system when a computer hacker broke into the system and demanded a $10 million ransom.
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Virginia hacker might affect Florida bill for prescription monitoring – Latest News – Kentucky.com
Facebook users are being pummeled with yet another phishing scam launched by hackers to steal login credentials for identity theft and other nefarious activities.
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Facebook Users Hit With Another Phishing Attack – Security – IT Channel News by CRN