Anybody heard of Windows Server 2003 or 2008 with the ability to wipe a mobile breach of the week...or what's wrong with a secured VPN set up....better effort here with the information set up to self destroy at a certain date....BD 

Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey is notifying more than 300,000 of its members that their names, Social Security numbers and other personal information were contained on a laptop computer stolen in Newark earlier this month.

While Horizon is upgrading its laptops to encrypt data, the stolen computer had not yet been equipped with new software. Encrypting the data would make it readable only with a special code.image

The health insurance giant, which serves more than 3.3 million people across the state, said there was no reason to believe any of the information was compromised because it was protected by password and other security features -- although the data was not encrypted.

A swiped Blue Cross laptop puts data at risk-


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