Sensitive info of 8,000 people compromised in US EPA breach

By | August 4, 2012

Source: Help Net Security

In this article “5,100 current employees of the US Environmental Protection Agency and around 2,700 “other individuals” have been notified of a breach into the agency’s systems that resulted in the compromise of their personal and banking information.

The stolen information comprises Social Security numbers, physical addresses and bank routing numbers.

According to the WBJ among the breached servers are those that contain data from the Superfund program, which was set up for managing the cleanup of abandoned hazardous waste sites.”

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