The Data Breach Blog

Thousands had data on computers stolen from California medical office

Bay Area Pain Medical Associates notified about 2,780 patients that their data was on computers stolen from its California offices.

Subcontractor breach impacts 1,700 in Dominion Resources employee wellness plan

About 1,700 people in the Dominion Resources employee wellness program have been notified that their data was accessed in a breach.

Document posted to California city website, employee data accessed

In California, a document posted to the City of Encinitas website contained data on hundreds of current and former city staffers.

About 20K impacted in South Carolina college laptop theft

A laptop stolen from an Orangebug-Calhoun Technical College staffer contained data on about 20,000 current and former students and faculty.

About 18K doctors may have had Social Security numbers exposed

About 18,000 doctors had Social Security numbers included in rosters provided to the Department of Managed Health Care by Blue Cross of California.

Penn State College of Medicine breach risks alumni Social Security numbers

More than 1,000 Penn State College of Medicine alumni's Social Security numbers might have been compromised by malware on a university computer.

Thousands notified of six-month payment card breach at The Houstonian Hotel

More than 10,000 customers of The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa have been notified that their payment cards were exposed in a payment processing systems attack that lasted six months.

Former employee posts data online, 10K impacted in Missouri school district

Data on more than 10,000 current and former staffers and students was accessed after a former Park Hill School District employee posted the information online.

St. Vincent Breast Center mails 63K letters to wrong people

St. Vincent Breast Center mailed more than 63,000 letters containing personal information to the wrong people due to a clerical error.

Laptop stolen from billing vendor contained unencrypted data on 3,500 students

Students in Massachusetts and Vermont had unencrypted personal information on a password protected laptop that was stolen from the vehicle of a billing vendor.

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