Mar 292012
 March 29, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S., Workplace

Kyle Slavin reports:

Given that such sensitive information – the names, social insurance numbers and banking details – for 11,841 University of Victoria employees was stored on a device so susceptible to loss or theft, B.C.’s privacy commissioner says there is “no rationale” that the information wasn’t digitally secure.

Read more on Saanich News. You can read the Commissioner’s press release here and access the investigation report here.

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