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Social Security numbers of 3,500-plus Guard members at risk




Social Security numbers of 3,500-plus Guard members at risk
Social Security numbers of 3,500-plus Guard members at risk



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http://www.statesmanjournal.com/article/20100701/UPDATE/100701064/Social-Security-numbers-of-3-500-plus-Guard-members-at-risk 

By Capi Lynn 
Statesman Journal 
July 1, 2010

The Oregon National Guard continues to deal with the aftermath of a 
stolen laptop computer that contained the names and Social Security 
numbers of more than 3,500 soldiers.

The last of the notification letters were mailed today to individuals 
whose personal information was on the laptop, which was reported stolen 
from a Guard member=E2=80=99s vehicle June 21 in the Portland area. The Guard 
member was using the laptop to conduct work from home.

Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Rees, adjutant general Oregon, has asked for a 
review of laptop procedures and policies as a result of the incident.
"He wants an updated policy and education program, and definitely 
accountability," said Capt. Stephen Bomar, spokesman for the Oregon 
National Guard.

[...]


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