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From: Erica Absetz (ericariskbasedsecurity.com)
Date: Tue May 07 2013 - 09:29:58 CDT
State health leaders on Monday announced a possible security breach
involving 2,000 birth records.
A reel containing names, addresses, Social Security numbers and some
medical information was found in an unsecure location, the California
Department of Public Health reported.
The records were for people born from May through September of 1974 in
Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus,
Sutter and Tehama counties. Also included was information on their
State officials said they were unaware of unauthorized use of the
data. They are collaborating with the California Highway Patrol to
investigate and declined to reveal where the records were found.
People whose records may have been on the reel and who have questions
can call 855-737-1796 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
or email 1974birthcdph.ca.gov.
The health department recommends that people who believe their
information could have been compromised place a fraud alert on their
accounts with the three major credit reporting agencies, get copies of
their credit reports and take other steps to monitor for identity
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