A federal judge has refused to approve a class-action settlement over contact information stolen from online brokerage TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. U.S
Judge rejects TD Ameritrade data theft settlement
A laptop stolen in August from an employee’s vehicle parked at a Dayton Beach, Fla.
Stolen Laptop Exposes 33,000 Patients’ Data
For the second time in less than a week hundreds of people in Kentuckiana are worrying about identity theft after their employer accidentally released their social security numbers.
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Email leaks 350 Baptist East employee Social Security numbers
Dozens of boxes containing personal information, from bills to bank statements, were discovered at the Negus Transfer Station in Redmond Saturday morning.
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Hundreds of personal files dumped at Redmond site
Posted on October 27th, 2009 1 comment
A discount brokerage company Scottrade was fined by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority $600,000 for allegedly inadequate money laundering controls to detect suspicious transactions.
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Scottrade was fined $600,000 for inadequate money laundering control
Over the last year, companies worldwide have increased their employment of chief security officers more than 50% compared with the year before, according to a PriceWaterhouseCoopers survey of 7,200 executives released earlier this month.
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The Rise Of The CSO
The Better Business Bureau is reminding residents that the upcoming 2010 census may provide criminals with opportunities to attempt fraud and identity theft. Census workers are already in the field verifying household addresses. The next phase, starting March 1, 2010, will consist of forms being mailed to up to 130 million households.
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Census may create identity theft opportunities