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According to the Star Tribune, detailed personal information for 257 people, including social security numbers, was on a laptop stolen about three weeks ago. The laptop belonged to a vendor, Promissor Corp., who apparently does not observe the basic security precaution of encrypting information on portable computers and drives. I bet that would have been cheaper than paying for credit monitoring for 257 people, especially since excellent encryption software like TrueCrypt is free.

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