Posted on November 2nd, 2010 No comments
A former hospital IT employee was sentenced to a year and a day in prison for illegally obtaining and misusing medical personnel’s private information, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California.
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Hospital IT employee goes to prison for identity theft
Hundreds of job applications and copies of other personal information were found in a Dumpster behind a Palm Springs plaza Wednesday. The documents, including copies of Social Security cards and driver’s licenses, belonged to staffing agency CLP, which is now holding its own internal investigation, said Capt.
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Mountain of job applications found in Palm Springs Dumpster
The Americans who were charged are accused of setting up bank accounts to which their Egyptian counterparts transferred money from the hacked accounts. “The sophistication with which Phish Phry defendants operated represents an evolving and troubling paradigm in the way identity theft is now committed,’’ Keith Bolcar, acting assistant FBI d…
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Phishing bust nets 100 in US, Egypt
Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) — The U.S