Agilent discloses theft of employee, retiree data
“It wasn't encrypted, which was a surprise to us”
A laptop containing sensitive and unencrypted personal data on 51,000 current and former employees of Agilent Technologies was stolen from the car of an Agilent vendor March 1 in San Francisco, the company said ... via Inside Bay Area
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#1 Mar 24, 2008
This is the second time this has happened in the past 5 years. You would think they would change their policy regarding laptops and employees personal information. What a joke! Someone at Agilent should lose their job over this....inexcusable!
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