University of Nebraska-Lincoln offering identity protection after laptop with personal information stolen

Chris Dunker reports:

More than 900 current and former employees of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources have been offered identity theft protection after a laptop containing their personal information was stolen overseas.

Thieves made off with the laptop of a consultant who helps manage IANR’s employee retirement benefits while that individual was on vacation in Rome, Italy, UNL said in a news release.

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