Security expert will review Ohio data theft
The state has hired a computer security expert to determine the likelihood of someone getting access to the data on a stolen backup storage device, Gov. Ted Strickland said Sunday.
Matthew Curtin, the 34-year-old founder of Interhack, will begin Monday reviewing what's already known is on the device, whose theft was revealed on Friday.
At USA Today.
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