Breach, Threat Management, Data Security, Incident Response, Network Security, TDR

Tenn. welfare worker charged

A former child support services worker in Tennessee was arrested after selling the personal information of approximately 1,600 people to an undercover state crime investigator. Steven Gilmore, 27 of Nashville worked for Policy Studies, a private company that operates child support programs, where he had access to personal data. A federal criminal complaint alleges that on three occasions Gilmore sold a total of 35 names, birth dates, and Social Security numbers, according to a news release from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.  — AM

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