The Timken Company stored the personal information of nearly 5,000 current and former associates, as well as past applicants, on an insecure server, during which time one unauthorized party accessed the file containing the data.
Online statistics portal Statista discovered a vulnerability in its administrative system that allowed an attacker to steal personal information on an estimated 50,000 customers.
Information on more than 2,000 individuals leaked outside a secure network because, since 2008, two employees with the Iowa Department of Human Services used personal online accounts and storage devices.
More than 168,000 clients of the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services are being notified that computers containing their personal information were stolen.
Digital comics platform ComiXology is requiring all users to change their cryptographically protected passwords after an unauthorized individual gained access to a database of information.
More than 43,000 former and current employees of Chicago-based Assisted Living Concepts are being notified that their personal data may be at risk after an unauthorized third party gained access to sensitive payroll files.
The personal information of an undisclosed number of individuals who have enrolled in or discussed health care plan options with an AppleCare Insurance Services agent has been compromised after the agent's laptop was stolen.
Nearly 146,000 former and current students of Indiana University may have had personal information exposed after three web indexing bots known as web crawlers accessed the data from an unsecured site.
More than a thousand patients of St. Vincent Indianapolis hospital are being notified that their personal information may have been compromised after a password-protected laptop containing the data was stolen.
California's Department of Resources Recycling Recovery (CalRecycle) sent emails to personnel liaisons that contained employees' sensitive information, including Social Security numbers.