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Data Theft Incident Response.

The University of Texas at Austin regrets that one of its administrative databases was breached in March by a deliberate attack through the Internet. Thousands of names and Social Security numbers were illegally accessed and downloaded to a personal computer. Fortunately, it appears that prompt action by the Travis County District Attorney's Office, the U.S. Attorney's Office, and the U.S. Secret Service has secured the stolen data before they could be misused or further disseminated.


Workplace data theft runs rampant

Office technology makes it much easier for workers to steal important information from their employers, a study has shown. 

Research into intellectual property theft found that almost 70% of people have stolen key information from work. 


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