Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
Some members of the Metro Atlanta YMCA have been informed that several of the YMCA's computers were stolen, including one containing sensitive member data.
"Names, addresses, phone numbers, bank accounts and credit card information of members who were active in 2008 and who had transactions that required the data could be found on the device, reports WSBTV," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"The letter [PDF file] to the involved individuals reveals that the computer was password protected and that the whole incident seems to be more about the stolen devices than their actual content," Kovacs writes. "However, members are recommended to take preemptive measures to prevent any unfortunate situations that might result from the theft."
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