EMIRATES COMPUTERS STOLEN http://www.emirates247.com/crime/local/80-computers-worth-dh280-000-stolen-2014-04-16-1.545880
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Thursday, April 24, 2014
FLORIDA COMPUTERS STOLEN http://www.keysnet.com/2014/04/16/496188/boys-girls-club-burglarized-but.html?sp=/99/106/
For the second time in several months, the guest computer from a local hotel was stolen.
According to Detective Bill Parks of the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division, a white female informed a desk clerk at Holiday Inn Express that her car had broken down and she needed to use a hotel computer.
The theft occurred about 9:30 p.m. last Tuesday.
Parks said the suspect appeared to be pregnant. Her image was captured in a video security image retrieved for evidence by CPD officials.
Parks also noted the suspect apparently stuffed the Asus all-in-one computer under her jacket and left the premises after the clerk had walked away from the front desk.
The computer was valued at $1,200.
Anyone able to identify the suspect is asked to contact Parks at the CPD at 559-3321.
Read more: Cleveland Daily Banner - Computer stolen from local hotel
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Sunday, March 30, 2014
INDIA COMPUTERS STOLEN http://www.avenuemail.in/miscellaneous/computers-stolen-boi-branch/35075/
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Computers stolen from BOI branch
Stolen Computers Expose Greenleaf Book Group Vendor, Customer Data
Names, credit card information, e-mail addresses and some mailing addresses may have been exposed.
By Jeff Goldman |
March 25, 2014
Greenleaf Book Group recently began notifying an undisclosed number of customers that their personal information may have been exposed when five laptop and desktop computers were stolen from the company's headquarters in Austin, Texas on January 18, 2014.
"While we have no evidence that any of the data stored on any of the computers has been accessed, there are password protected (but unencrypted) files and e-mails on at least one of the computers that contain information pertaining to some of the company's current and past customers and vendors," law firm Jackson Walker LLP wrote in a letter [PDF] to the Maryland Attorney General's Office.
The data potentially exposed includes customer and vendor names, credit card information, e-mail addresses, and in some cases, mailing addresses.
"A preliminary assessment indicates that the perpetrator was most likely an employee of the janitorial company employed by our property management company ... We are very upset (to put it mildly) about this incident so please be assured that we are taking every step necessary to properly address this incident with law enforcement and with our property management company (who has informed us that they have recently identified a suspect and have reported that information to the police)," Greenleaf CEO Tanya Hall wrote in the notification letter [PDF].
All those affected are being offered one year of free access to Experian's ProtectMyID Elite identity protection and fraud detection services.
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By Jeff Goldman |
CALIFORNIA (UPDATE) COMPUTERS STOLEN http://www.cr80news.com/2014/03/25/desktop-computer-theft-compromises-personal-data
Friday, March 21, 2014
CALIFORNIA COMPUTERS STOLEN http://www.govinfosecurity.com/university-breaches-lead-roundup-a-6656