Security breach of the week, what’s amazing here is that all all this information was in a Word document…5,000 names and information, one large document…BD 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The California Department of Consumer Affairs is warning that personal information for 5,000 of its workers, contractors and board members was made public accidentally. The security breach took place June 5 or June 6 when a Microsoft Word document was transmitted electronically outside the department. Department spokesman Russ Heimerich says he did not know how it was transmitted or where it was sent.

Consumer Affairs Warns Of Security Breach - KCRA 3 News Story - KQCA Sacramento


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