Disk Encryption: Portland Community College Announced Loss Of USB Device.

Portland Community College has announced a data breach involving 2,900 people who were participating in the Oregon Food Stamp Employment Transition Program (OFSET).  A spokesperson for PCC has admitted that a stolen data storage device did not use data encryption, and that “it would easy” to access the information. This is the second breach story […] read more

Full Disk Encryption: Portland Psychologist Has Car Break-In, Notifies Thousands Of Data Breach.

A Portland, Oregon psychologist has alerted approximately 4,000 patients that personal health information was stolen from his car in July, when someone broke into his car and stole his laptop computer and briefcase.  While there is no mention of drive encryption software, it’s been noted that password-protection was used to “protect” the data.  On a […] read more