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[ISN] [Dataloss Weekly Summary] Week of Sunday, February 13, 2011

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Date: Tue Feb 22 2011 - 06:29:28 GMT


Open Security Foundation - DataLossDB Weekly Summary
Week of Sunday, February 13, 2011

5 Incidents Added.


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DataLossDB News/Updates

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Incidents Added

Reported Date: 2011-02-20
Summary: 2,400 patients names, Social Security Numbers, addresses, date of births and limited health information stolen by hackers
Organizations: Emory Healthcare

Reported Date: 2011-02-19
Summary: Breach in donor database exposes personal phone numbers and email addresses
Organizations: Howard Brown Health Center

Reported Date: 2011-02-15
Summary: Lush Australia Website Hacked - Credit card details obtained.
Organizations: Lush Australia

Reported Date: 2011-01-20
Summary: Lush UK Website Hacked - Credit card details obtained.
Organizations: Lush UK

Reported Date: 2002-04-01
Summary: 13,000 credit reports including Social Security numbers, credit cards, date of birth and financial information downloaded from Experian by individual(s) posing as Ford
Organizations: Experian, Ford Credit


Blotter Posts

Added: 2011-02-21
Title: HHC reports theft of personal health info

Added: 2011-02-20
Title: Identity Theft Less Common, More Costly

Added: 2011-02-19
Title: Cottage Grove woman faces dozens of charges in ID theft case

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