Stolen Laptop Exposes Agilent Employees
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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 in a letter mailed to former employees this week.
The data includes employee names, Social Security numbers, home addresses and details of stock options and other stock-related awards.
[The Mercury News]
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Written by MCruz on March 24th, 2008 with
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