Chronology of Data Breaches
Security Breaches 2005 - Present

Posted Date: April 20, 2005
Updated Date: December 31, 2013

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815,842,526 RECORDS BREACHED
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from 4,489 DATA BREACHES made public since 2005

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October 18, 2007 First Banks Inc, iWire Inc
Jericho, New York
BSF HACK

5,234

iWire's Payroll Passport/IC Settlement database was breached on September 29.  A database of cardholder account records was accessed.  It contained Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 5,234

October 17, 2007 Home Depot
Boston, Massachusetts
BSR PORT

10,000

A laptop computer containing about 10,000 employees' personal data was stolen from a regional manager's car. The computer, which was password protected, didn't contain any customer information. The laptop contained names, home addresses and Social Security numbers of certain Home Depot employees.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 10,000

October 17, 2007 Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance, Iron Mountain
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
EDU PORT

Unknown

http://www.osfa.state.la.us/notice.htm

Sensitive data for virtually all Louisiana college applicants and their parents over the past nine years were in a case lost last month during a move. The data included Social Security numbers for applicants and their parents. The bank account information for START account holders also was involved.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 16, 2007 Administaff Inc.
Houston, Texas
BSO PORT

159,000

Current and former workers personal data may be compromised because of a stolen laptop. The data wasn't encrypted when it was stored on the portable computer, which is password-protected. Data stored on the laptop included names, addresses and Social Security numbers for most employees paid by Administaff in 2006.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 159,000

October 15, 2007 Transportation Security Administration
Arlington, Virginia
GOV PORT

3,930

Two laptop computers with detailed personal information about commercial drivers across the country who transport hazardous materials are missing and considered stolen. The laptops contained the names, addresses, birthdays, commercial driver's license numbers and, in some cases, Social Security numbers of 3,930 people.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 3,930

October 13, 2007 Montana State University
Bozeman, Montana
EDU HACK

1,400

(406) 994-6550, http://eu.montana.edu/security/

An unknown hacker remotely accessed a computer server that housed records containing credit card numbers and Social Security numbers of students who enrolled online for MSU Extended University courses during the last two years. The data in question was encrypted, and there is no evidence that personal information was stolen.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 1,400

October 12, 2007 King County Transportation Department
Seattle, Washington
GOV PORT

1,400

A laptop computer containing personal information about current and former employees has been stolen. Workers' names, addresses and Social Security numbers were on the password-protected laptop, which was stolen during a Sept. 28 home burglary. The information was not encrypted.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 1,400

October 12, 2007 Track Data Securities Corp.
New York, New York
BSF HACK

276

Track Data learned that the security of its computer system was compromised.  Customer names,  Social Security numbers, addresses and credit card numbers may have been illegally accessed.  At least 276 New Hampshire residents were affected, but the total number of affected customers nationwide was not reported.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 276

October 12, 2007 LPL Financial
San Diego, California
BSF HACK

40

Unauthorized individuals accessed LPL's trading and operation system data by obtaining passwords of eight financial advisors.  LPL discovered the breach on July 17 and immediately informed law enforcement officials.  It appears that the purchases were made to increase the volume of trading and affect prices of certain stocks.  The trades were rejected once it was determined that they were fraudulent.  Client names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, phone numbers and account numbers may have been exposed.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 40

October 10, 2007 Wheels Inc., Pfizer
Des Plaines, Illinois
BSO DISC

1,800 + 23 Not included in Total because it is not clear if SSNs were exposed.

The spouses and domestic partners of about 1,800 Pfizer employees, including 23 from Connecticut, learned late last month about a data breach at Wheels Inc., which provides cars to the company, mostly for use by its sales force. The breach at Wheels, first reported by the Pharmalot Web site, released onto the Internet names, addresses, birth dates and driver's license numbers, but not Social Security numbers, according to the company.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 10, 2007 Commerce Bank
Wichita, Kansas
BSF HACK

20

A hacker gained access to a database with about 3,000 customer records and accessed data belonging to 20 of them. The bank is contacting those who may have been affected. The hacking was quickly detected and stopped, according to Commerce Bank, which then notified law enforcement.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 20

October 9, 2007 Pembroke Schools
Pembroke, Massachusetts
EDU DISC

Unknown

(781) 829-1178

Personal information on anyone who worked or volunteered for the Pembroke schools in the last four years was accessible via the Internet because of a weakness in the district's computer system. The information included names, birth dates and Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 8, 2007 University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
EDU PORT

184

http://www.uiowa.edu/~phil/SSN.shtml

A laptop computer was stolen from a former teaching assistant. The theft of the computer, which occurred last month in a break-in of the instructor's home, contained class records such as attendance, test scores, and grades of students who took his philosophy courses at the UI between 2002 and 2006. Social Security numbers were also present in 100 of the records.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 184

October 8, 2007 Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
EDU PORT

Unknown

Two laptops were stolen from the office of a computer science professor. Both of the computers were believed to have contained significant personal identifying data, such as Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 8, 2007 Semtech
Camarillo, California
BSO PORT

Unknown

A laptop computer and other personal belongings were stolen from one of Semtech's vendors. The computer was not stolen from a Semtech facility, but may have contained computerized data relating to Semtech employees. Semtech declined to provide further details of the incident, such as what personal employee data may have been put at risk, when the theft happened or how long it took the company to inform its workers of the potential breach.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 8, 2007 National Financial Partners (NFP)
New York, New York
BSF PORT

Unknown

A laptop was stolen from an employee during travel. The information on the laptop included names, tax ID numbers, Social Security numbers and other personal information of NFP's vendors.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

October 4, 2007 Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure
Boston, Massachusetts
GOV DISC

450,000

http://www.mass.gov/dpl or call (617) 973-8100

Social Security numbers of about 450,000 licensed professionals were inadvertently released. The information was mailed last month to agencies that submitted a public records request for the names and addresses of professionals licensed by the division. The division mailed 28 computer disks to 23 agencies that use the information as a marketing or promotional tool. The disks would normally contain only the names and addresses of individuals licensed through the Division of Professional Licensure and the Division of Health Professions Licensure. However, the disks also included Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 450,000

October 3, 2007 Nationwide Mutual Insurance
Wesley Chapel, Florida
BSF PORT

246

A laptop was stolen from the car of a claims representative. It contained the names, Social Security numbers and driver's license numbers of clients.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 246

October 2, 2007 The Nature Conservancy
Arlington, Virginia
NGO HACK

14,000

Additional locations: Little Rock, Fayetteville, Arkadelphia, Batesville and Ponca, (Arkansas)

A hacker illegally gained access to a computer of The Nature Conservancy containing personal information on current and former employees and their dependents. The stolen information included the names, home addresses, Social Security numbers and birth dates. It also included direct deposit bank account numbers for employees who were on the payroll between 2000 and 2004, as well as the Social Security numbers of those employees' dependents. When employees accessed a particular Web site, the site planted a program on the employees' computers that copied the contents of the hard drives and sent the information to the hacker.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 14,000

October 2, 2007 Athens Regional Health Services
Athens, Georgia
MED STAT

1,400 only 85 people were affected by SSN

 (706) 475-4369

A computer missing from a Regional First Care clinic in Watkinsville held the personal information of more than 1,400 people, according to Athens Regional Health Services. Workers first noticed on Sept. 24 that the computer was missing. The computer held Social Security numbers for 85 people, some health information for 545 people and the name, address and/or telephone numbers of 811 people. No credit card or other financial information was stored on the computer, which was a backup server for the Watkinsville clinic.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 85

October 1, 2007 PFPC Inc., AFBA
Alexandria, Virginia
BSF PORT

60

On July 17, a laptop was stolen from the vehicle of a contractor working on an information technology project. A file on the laptop contained AFBA 5 Star Fund shareholder information. Names, Social Security numbers and addresses were exposed. At least 60 Maine residents were affected, but the total number of affected individuals nationwide was not revealed.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 60

September 28, 2007 Gap Inc.
San Francisco, California
BSR PORT

800,000

 (866) 237-4007, http://gapinc.com/securityassistance/

A laptop containing the personal information of certain job applicants was recently stolen from the offices of an experienced third-party vendor that manages job applicant data for Gap Inc. Personal data for approximately 800,000 people who applied online or by phone for store positions at one of Gap Inc.'s brands between July 2006 and June 2007 was contained on the stolen laptop. Social Security numbers were included in the information on the laptop.

 

UPDATE (5/28/10): A man whose Social Security number and other personal information were compromised by a company that processed his job application for The Gap Inc. has no legal claims against the company because no actual damage resulted from the privacy breach (a laptop stolen from Vangent), ruled the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruiz v. Gap, Inc. 09-15971 (9th Circ. May 28, 2010), http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/memoranda/2010/05/28/09-15971.pdf .

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 800,000

September 28, 2007 Pfizer
New York, New York
MED INSD

90

An employee wrongfully arranged to have copies made of confidential information in electronic format and did not return the information upon termination.  The information included names and Social Security numbers of current and former Pfizer associates.  The incident occurred on July 17 and was discovered on August 18.  The company said it would notify affected individuals by October 15.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 90

September 28, 2007 Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Bentonville, Arkansas
BSR INSD

48,686

A Wal-Mart associate took confidential information relating to a group of associates. The former associate was not authorized to retain the information after ending his employment with Wal-Mart. Associate names, Social Security numbers, Wal-Mart job codes and compensation information were exposed. The incident occurred on August 15.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 48,686

September 27, 2007 Kelley Drye and Warren LLP
Washington, District Of Columbia
NGO PORT

Unknown

A laptop was stolen from an external pension auditor on September 12. It contained information related to Kelley's Retirement Savings Plan. This information included names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, and/or date of employment.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 0

September 25, 2007 Merlin Information Services
Kalispell, Montana
BSO HACK

2,297

The login information of a legitimate customer was compromised and an unauthorized individual may have accessed names, Social Security numbers and addresses of certain persons.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 2,297

September 24, 2007 Utah Department of Workforce Services
American Fork, Utah
GOV PORT

2,000

A laptop computer containing a spreadsheet with the the Social Security numbers and other personal information of about 2,000 people was reported stolen.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 2,000

September 24, 2007 Fidelity National Information Services, Fidelity National Financial
Jacksonville, Florida
BSR PORT

111

A laptop was stolen from an employee on August 28. The laptop contained payroll information such as name, Social Security number, address, email address and date of birth. At least 74 Maine and 37 New Hampshire residents were affected, but the total number of individuals affected nationwide was not revealed.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 111

September 21, 2007 City of Columbus, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
GOV STAT

3,500

For Info: The Columbus Dispatch, http://www.dispatch.com

The city of Columbus is offering identity-theft protection services to more than 3,000 people whose Social Security numbers were on three computers stolen from a warehouse. The theft affected people who had signed up for the city's Mobile Tool Library, which lends power tools, lawn mowers and supplies.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 3,500

September 21, 2007 Citigroup, ABN Amro Mortgage Group
Norridge, Illinois
BSF DISC

5,208

Three spreadsheets containing 5,200 Social Security numbers and other personal details about customers were inadvertently leaked over an online file-sharing network by a former employee. Tiversa, a company that monitors P2P networks, found Excel spreadsheets from the desktop of a financial analyst at ABN Amro Mortgage Group running LimeWire. Although Tiversa found over 10,000 files, deduplication revealed only 5,208 unique Social Security numbers, along with names and what type of mortgage each customer had.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 5,208

September 20, 2007 State of Connecticut, Accenture Ltd.
Hartford, Connecticut
GOV PORT

58

A backup tape was stolen in Ohio in June and contained data removed by Accenture from the state's Core-CT computer system, which performs all of the state's payroll, personnel, purchasing, accounting and inventory functions. The backup tape contained state agency bank account numbers, bank names and types of accounts, as well as the names and Social Security numbers of 58 of Connecticut taxpayers. Connecticut officials today revealed plans to file a civil complaint against IT consulting giant Accenture Ltd. related to this security breach involving stolen records tied to state agency bank accounts worth millions of dollars.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 58

September 19, 2007 Kansas University
Lawrence, Kansas
EDU PHYS

Unknown

A number of documents containing Kansas University student, faculty and staff personal information were recovered from the recycling and trash in the Mathematics Department at Kansas University. The information included student exams, student change of grade forms, class rosters, copies of health insurance cards, copies of immigration forms as well as a copy of a Social Security card.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 0

September 19, 2007 University of Michigan School of Nursing
Ann Arbor, Michigan
MED PORT

8,585

Backup tapes containing patient information like Social Security numbers, patient names and addresses were stolen from the School of Nursing two weeks ago.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 8,585

September 14, 2007 TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.
Omaha, Nebraska
BSF HACK

6.3 million

FAQ at http://www.elvey.com/IDTheft/spam_faq.cfm.html For links to key legal documents, see http://datalossdb.org/incident_highlights/30-legal-sub-project-elvey-v-td-ameritrade

One of TD Ameritrade's databases was hacked and contact information for its more than 6.3 million customers was stolen. A spokeswoman for the Omaha-based company said more sensitive information in the same database, including Social Security numbers and account numbers, does not appear to have been taken. "We were able to conclude that while Social Security numbers are stored in this particular database, your SSN were not retrieved." The company said names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and home addresses were taken in the data breach. Company customers received unwanted spam because of this breach.

UPDATE (4/28/09):TD Ameritrade sent a mass email on September 14, 2007 to its customers admitting SSNs had been compromised:" [W]e recently discovered and eliminated unauthorized code from our systems. This code allowed certain client information stored in one of our databases ... to be retrieved by an external source [and] Social Security Numbers are stored in this particular database."

UPDATE (10/27/09): TD Ameritrade was nearing a settlement in the case of more than six million stolen records when the judge, who previously seemed to agree with the proposal, rejected it today. The federal judge handling the case has decided the proposed settlement provides no discernible benefit to the victims and he rejected the proposed settlement.

UPDATE (11/16/10): Pending approval by a U.S. District Judge, TD Ameritrade will offer between $0 and $2,500 to customers who were affected by the breach.  Customers who received spam, or were victims of criminal identity theft because a criminal who was arrested posed as them, will get $0 unless they were also victims of account-fraud-based identity theft. This settlement will cost between $2,500,000 and $6,500,000.

http://www.citizen.org/litigation/forms/cases/getlinkforcase.cfm?cID=499

http://www.bargaineering.com/articles/td-ameritrade-discovers-database-breach.html 

UPDATE (10/07/2011): The settlement was approved.  Ameritrade will pay between $2,500,000 and $6,500,000.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 6,300,000

September 14, 2007 Tennessee Tech University
Cookeville, Tennessee
EDU DISC

3,100

Some 3,100 current or past students who owe the university money were notified today that some of their personal data may have been compromised. A technical problem in the way student bills are printed resulted in the chance that some student social security numbers and personal identification numbers may have been sent to another student's address.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 3,100

September 14, 2007 Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
EDU STAT

12

A desktop computer was stolen from the East wing of Ives Hall in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations.  It contained the names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth of some individuals.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 12

September 13, 2007 Voxant.com
Reston, Virginia
BSO HACK

4,500

 (703) 964-0696

The Voxant online ecommerce store server was hacked using what appeared to be a typical phishing scheme. The server is seperate from the primary business at www.voxant.com. The affected server was immediately taken offline and removed the offending phising pages. Encrypted credit card numbers could have been accessed during the incident. Although the credit card numbers were encrypted, the encryption key was not well protected. The database up through June 19-20 could have been affected, representing approximately 4,500 US customers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 4,500

September 12, 2007 TennCare, Americhoice Inc.
Knoxville,
MED PORT

67,000

  To sign up for the free ID theft protection you must call AmeriChoice at (800) 690-1606.

There are 67,000 TennCare enrollees at risk of identity theft after a courier service lost their personal information. The lost information includes names, Social Security Numbers, birthdays and addresses.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 67,000

September 12, 2007 Hartford Life Insurance Company
Simsbury Center, Connecticut
BSF HACK

526

Activity from a third party was detected on the website. It is likely that the third party used customer Social Security numbers, dates of birth and annuity contract numbers to access the website. The third party may have been able to reset customer PINs and access customer accounts with this information.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 526

September 11, 2007 Pennsylvania Public Welfare Department
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
GOV STAT

2,000

Two computers containing the mental health histories of more than 300,000 medical-assistance recipients were stolen. The computer work stations were taken during an overnight break-in at an office. The mental health information on the computers identified people by codes and not by name. The information also was protected by multiple passwords, but full names and Social Security numbers of nearly 2,000 people were also on the computers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 2,000

September 11, 2007 Gander Mountain
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
BSR STAT

112,000

Somebody either lost or stole a computer potentially containing the credit card information of anyone who has shopped at the Greensburg store since it first opened more than five years ago. Gander Mountain said credit card information for 112,000 customers of its Greensburg store might have been compromised. That includes 10,000 records with names, card numbers and expiration dates.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 112,000

September 10, 2007 Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana
EDU DISC

111

www.purdue.edu/news/coa0709.html, (866) 275-1181

The university is warning those who were students in the fall of 2004 that information about them was inadvertently posted on the Internet. The information was in a document that contained the names and Social Security numbers of students in the Animal Sciences 102 class. The page was no longer in use but was on a computer server connected to the Internet. The document was found recently through an internal search and reported to the chief information security officer at Purdue.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 111

September 10, 2007 Larson Allen LLP, FirstHealth of the Carolinas Inc
Pinehurst, North Carolina
BSF PORT

3913

A laptop was stolen from a Larson Allen employee.  It contained a spreadsheet with the personal information of FirstHealth's employees.  The information included the names, Social Security numbers dates of birth, addresses and employment information of people on payroll during August.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 3,913

September 9, 2007 De Anza College
Cupertino, California
EDU PORT

4,375

(408) 864-8292

Thousands of former students might be at risk for identity fraud after an instructor's laptop computer, containing students' personal information, was stolen last month. The computer contained the students' names, addresses, grades and in many cases Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 4,375

September 9, 2007 McKesson Specialty, AstraZeneca
Scottsdale, Arizona
MED STAT

68,779

 (866) 554-6366

McKesson Health-care services company, is alerting thousands of its patients that their personal information is at risk after two of its computers were stolen from an office.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 68,779

September 6, 2007 University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina
EDU DISC

1,482

A number of files containing Social Security numbers, test scores and course grades were exposed online. It appears the person responsible for the breach may not have known enough about computers to realize the information could be accessed outside the university system.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 1,482

September 5, 2007 Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), Kraft Foods
Northfield, Illinois
BSR PORT

1446

A computer tape with the names and Social Security numbers of current and former Kraft employees was lost by ACS.  ACS administers Kraft's prescription drug benefits program.  ACS believes it accidentally destroyed the tape.  Kraft reported the number of affected residents in North Carolina, New Hampshire, Maine and New York, but the total number nationwide was not reported and is likely to exceed 1446.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 1,446

September 4, 2007 Pfizer
New York, New York
BSO INSD

34,000

(866) 274-3891

A security breach may have caused employees' names, Social Security numbers, addresses, dates of birth, phone numbers, bank account numbers, credit card information, signatures and other personal information to be publicly exposed. The breach occurred late last year when a Pfizer employee removed copies of confidential information from a Pfizer computer system without the company's knowledge or approval. Pfizer didn't become aware of the breach until July 10.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 34,000

September 4, 2007 Brevard Public Schools
Viera, Florida
EDU UNKN

61

A missing piece of luggage belonging to a state auditor contains the personal information of 61 Brevard Public Schools employees and had district personnel scrambling before the holiday weekend began to notify people that their names and Social Security numbers might be compromised.

UPDATE (9/21/07): Melbourne International Airport police arrested a 44-year-old defense subcontractor from California on charges of stealing luggage. He is in the Brevard County Jail, facing at least two charges of grand theft.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 61

September 1, 2007 Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland
MED STAT

5,783

A desktop computer containing the personal information of 5,783 Johns Hopkins Hospital patients was stolen. The computer included patients' names, Social Security numbers, birth dates and medical histories.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 5,783

Breach Total
815,842,526 RECORDS BREACHED
(Please see explanation about this total.)
from 4,489 DATA BREACHES made public since 2005
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