Mon, Sep 10 2007 8:56
Pfizer Breach Exposes Data on 34,000 People
Pfizer Inc. last week confirmed that the personal data of as many as
34,000 people may have been illegally accessed and downloaded from a
company computer system by a former employee.
The compromised information includes names, Social Security
numbers, dates of birth, phone numbers, and bank and credit card
information of employees, former employees and health care workers, the
New York-based drug maker said.
A spokeswoman for Pfizer said the incident, discovered on July 10, occurred sometime late last year.
Full Story at computerworld.com
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