Incident Type: Flash Drive Data Theft Incident 1
Date of Incident: June 10,
Place: Ravenel Elementary School in Seneca, South Carolina
"A Memorial Day weekend office burglary resulted in the theft of two laptops and a flash drive. The flash drive may have contained student information. This potential exposure includes copies of Medicaid release forms with student names, parent names and Medicaid numbers."
Incident Type: Flash Drive Data Theft Incident 2
Date of Incident: May 27,
Place: Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
"A flash drive was stolen from an employee's car. It contained the names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, addresses and phone numbers of fewer than 100 patients."
With more than 3 million+ data breaches involving flash drives in the United States for the current year alone, the state of affairs for the global data security is menacing to assert the least. Where flash drives have become a can't-leave-home-without special accessory, so has the need to protect that data in its portable dwelling. The risk of data loss or theft is ever at hand, whether at work, home, or at a public place.
The consequences are unimaginable. Like the real-life scenarios illustrated above, your flash drives can contain sensitive information like names, birthdates, social security numbers, financial records, business plans and compensation data at any time. The idea of losing or misplacing that data is too startling to even think of.
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