Seventh Day Adventist Church laptop with retirement plan data stolen

On December 13, a laptop computer assigned to an employee of the North American Division of
Seventh-day Adventists Retirement Plans was stolen. The computer contained personal information including names and Social Security numbers on 292 residents of New Hampshire; the total number of individuals affected was not reported [pdf].

The laptop was recovered four days later, but because the church could not account for it for a period of four days, they retained Kroll to provide services to those affected.

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