Theft

Decrypted: How bad was the US Capitol breach for cybersecurity?

Zack Whittaker reports on concerns that were raised after the massive security failure at the Capitol that resulted in attackers having access to papers, hard drives and more. Zack reiterates some comforting thoughts that were offered on Twitter in the aftermath of the rampage: Most lawmakers don’t have ready access to classified materials, unless...

5th Avenue Theatre Takes Action Following Theft of Employee Data in August

SEATTLE, Dec. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 5th Avenue Theatre (the “Theatre”) announced today that it suffered a break-in and theft which it first learned of on August 30, 2020 (the “Incident”). The Incident occurred overnight on August 29, 2020 where unauthorized individuals broke into the Theatre, among other offices in the building, and stole certain computer back-up tapes and specialized equipment...

Helena Public Schools notifies some employees after burglar snatched USB with their timesheets

Helena Public Schools recently notified some current and former employees involved in the after-school student program that their data was on a stolen USB drive. According to their notification letter, on September 28, 2020, the district discovered that the Lincoln Elementary School building had been burglarized over the previous weekend.  Among several items that...