The Data Breach Blog
Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) reported that someone gained unauthorized access to thousands of online customer accounts.
During an inventory of its IT assets, health insurer Centene discovered that six hard drives containing personal and health information on 950,000 customers had gone missing.
The University of Virginia (UVA) suffered a data breach that was initiated via a phishing scam that revealed the tax and banking data of some of the school's employees.
San Diego Country, California employees mistakenly had their personal information, to include Social Security numbers, forwarded to Wells Fargo late last year.
MacKeeper discovered 13 million Earbits.com account records that were left exposed on a database server.
Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital reported the loss of an unencrypted USB drives containing information on 29,000 emergency room patients.
Hillsides child-services and welfare agency in Pasadena, Calif. reported a data breach on December 30 that could impact about 1,000 clients and staff members.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Round Rock in Texas is notifying individuals that some medical and personal information may have been lost when an employee's laptop was stolen.
The Rockville, CT.-based dry cleaning firm Swiss Cleaners suffered a point of sale data breach that could have potentially stolen the data from every payment card type used in the eight-store chain for almost one year.
Middlesex Hospital in Connecticut may have inadvertently allowed the personal information of almost 1,000 patients to be compromised through a phishing scam.
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