In separate incidents, three laptops stolen; data at risk

Friday, 28 July 2006, 12:28 AM EST

Two laptops used by U.S. Navy recruiters in New Jersey have been missing since early June, potentially exposing personal data on about 31,000 recruiters and prospective recruits. In an unrelated incident, a laptop with personal information on 12,000 employees of Armstrong World Industries Inc. was recently stolen from a locked vehicle.

At Computerworld.

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