Seattle University laptop containing 2,000 Social Security numbers lost
Asia Fields reports:
Seattle University is warning that the names and Social Security numbers of more than 2,000 people could be exposed after a university-issued laptop was lost last month.
Files containing information for 2,102 current and former faculty, staff and their dependents are accessible from the unencrypted laptop, which a university employee lost on a King County Metro bus on March 26, according to a statement from the university.
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Joni Balter - May 2, 2019
How do you find out if your name and social security number were affected. I am not in the university’s benefit program yet I received a letter warning me that I may be included.