Hard drive with medical information on 2,200 LSU Health patients stolen

Chad Calder reports:

A hard drive containing the personal information of 2,200 LSU Health New Orleans patients was stolen in March, and while police quickly made an arrest, the hard drive has not been recovered, the LSU Healthcare Network said Friday.

The network said the theft occurred in the Department of Neurology Research on or around March 6. Law enforcement was notified immediately, and a suspect was arrested March 7.

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  1. Regret - May 6, 2017

    Information technology policies were not adhered to… remedial action will be taken… updating security policies… offering subscription to a credit monitoring service.

    Why does this sound familiar?

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