Stolen US Bank laptop contained customer data

Sun News Staff reports:

On March 1, a financial advisor at US Bank, 5154 Wilson Mills, reported a laptop missing from his desk.

The bank assistant manager noticed the laptop missing, but did not report it because she knew the financial advisor sometimes took the laptop home.

The advisor told police the laptop contained sensitive bank information, including personal information about bank customers. It was valued at $2,500, including software.

Source: Cleveland.com

Somehow I don’t think that laptop’s value is $2500 if we add in the cost of breach notifications, etc….

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