Unencrypted laptop stolen from Community Technology Alliance

Adam Greenberg reports:

California-based Community Technology Alliance (CTA) is notifying more than a thousand individuals that their personal information – including Social Security numbers – was on an unencrypted, password protected laptop that was stolen.

How many victims? 1,177, Jen Padgett, CEO of CTA, told SCMagazine.com in a Friday email correspondence.

What type of personal information? Names and Social Security numbers are among the personal information.

Read more on SC Magazine.

Note:  CTA administers the Bay Area Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) and the laptop contained HMIS data.

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