The storage facility door at Quality Self Storage in Olympia, where WSU researchers had stored a hard drive containing sensitive information for over 1 million people. The hard drive was in a small safe inside a locker that WSU was renting. The locker was broken into and the safe stolen.
The storage facility door at Quality Self Storage in Olympia, where WSU researchers had stored a hard drive containing sensitive information for over 1 million people. The hard drive was in a small safe inside a locker that WSU was renting. The locker was broken into and the safe stolen. Joe O’Sullivan The Seattle Times
The storage facility door at Quality Self Storage in Olympia, where WSU researchers had stored a hard drive containing sensitive information for over 1 million people. The hard drive was in a small safe inside a locker that WSU was renting. The locker was broken into and the safe stolen. Joe O’Sullivan The Seattle Times

WSU gets costly lesson in theft of hard drive with more than 1 million people’s personal data

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