Laptop losers hall of shame

The 10 worst security breaches of all time from unencrypted data

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#7 Ernst & Young: Who's auditing these laptops? Ernst & Young had two laptops stolen in 2006 that put sensitive data from 284,000 people at risk. In February 2006, a laptop was stolen from an employee's car that stored names and Social Security numbers for 38,000 employees of British Petroleum, Sun, Cisco and IBM. Three months later, a laptop was stolen from a different employee's car that contained the names, addresses and credit or debit card information for 243,000 customers of Hotels.com.

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