South Central Los Angeles Regional Center notifies clients after employee’s car with iPad stolen

South Central Los Angeles Regional Center notified consumers after an employee’s iPad containing names and UCIs (Unique Customer Identification?) had been left in a vehicle that was stolen on July 6.

According to their web site, SCLARC is a private, non-profit, community based organization which contracts with the State Department of Developmental Services (DDS) to coordinate services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

You can read their breach notification letter of July 9 here.

 

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  1. Gangnam style fan - August 17, 2013

    These regional centers are a flop. And a scam. Here’s some information that doesn’t have to be stolen, since it’s public record:
    While 100’s of families with special needs seek services, top executives at the non-profit Harbor Regional Center–and agency contracted by state to provide services to disabled, are making over 200.000 a year http://www.harborrc.org/files/uploads/DDSPersAdminReportFY11-12.pdf

    Patricia Del Monico
    Executive Director
    Harbor Regional Center: Making around $19,103 a MONTH

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