Stolen SilverPop laptop results in notifications

The name “SilverPop” may not seem familiar to some readers of this blog, but if you also read DataBreaches.net, you’ll recognize it as the name of an e-mail marketing service that got hacked a while back.  As a consequence, a number of its clients wound up having to notify their customers that their email addresses had been acquired by hackers.  It seems that wasn’t all of SilverPop’s problems, however, as  HHS’s breach tool shows that they reported that a Health & Welfare Plan laptop stolen on April 15th held PHI on 884 individuals.

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