NY: Nassau notifies 209 workers their confidential personal data may have been breached by employees

Scott Eidler reports:

Nassau officials have notified more than 200 current and former employees in the Assessment Department their confidential personal data may have been breached after some co-workers last year gained unauthorized access to human resources information about department workers.

In a letter Thursday to Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman and county legislators, Technology Commissioner Nancy Stanton said seven Assessment Department employees had obtained “personnel records,” containing “Social Security numbers, medical notes, and other personal identifying information.

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