Closed Case, New Breach, Teenager Arrested
DATA LOSS—U.S.July 13, 2012
As one breach investigation closes, others begin. Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has closed his office’s investigation of a breach impacting 93,500 patients, Record-Journal reports. He said the measures the hospital took to make amends prompted him to close the investigation without action. The California Department of Public Health continues to investigate the 2011 Queen of the Valley Medical Center breach. Meanwhile, Nvidia has begun investigating a breach of its developer forums, and a Kentucky restaurant is warning customers about the theft of credit card data. In Oregon, a 16-year-old has been arrested on one count of computer crime for allegedly hacking into the Eugene School District’s network.