The Data Breach Blog
The incident affected customers who made purchases on the Lime Crime website between Oct. 4, 2014, and Feb. 15.
The office of Cathrine Steinborn, a California dentist, was burglarized and a server containing the personal information was stolen.
Roughly 8,700 individuals are being notified that their personal information was inadvertently placed publicly on the Lone Star Circle of Care website for nearly six months.
A University of Maine laptop computer and media card containing the personal information of 941 students was stolen from a faculty member.
Big Fish Games is notifying an undisclosed number of customers that malware was installed on the billing and payment pages of its websites.
Computer towers that contained customer information were stolen during a burglary at a Liberty Tax Service office in California.
State of Franklin Healthcare Associates has notified employees that their personal information may have been accessed during a breach of the company's third party payroll vendor.
A former consultant who had access to personal information appears to have made unauthorized changes to the electronic payroll system hosted by third parties.
Malware was identified on point-of-sale (POS) terminals at two gift shops at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, and payment card information may have been compromised.
An investigation is ongoing into the full scope and potential impact of this situation, and potentially affected families are being notified.
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