CA: Laptops with financial records stolen from accounting firm

J. Harry Jones of The Union-Tribune reports that seven laptops containing personal and account information on Borrego Springs Bank customers were stolen from an unnamed auditing firm on March 5. The firm did not notify the bank fo the theft until March 18, however. Bank customers received letters this week about the incident.

The letter sent to customers said that the stolen computers contained information from the bank’s customers’ accounts “as well as information from a number of other financial institutions.” No other financial institutions have as yet been publicly revealed as having been affected.

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