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No sign of data breach after Centcom laptops stolen, U.S. Attorney says

2015/02/23

Tampa Tribune - (National) A former civilian employee of U.S. Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida was arrested February 20 after being charged February 12 in connection with the April 2013 theft of 5 command laptops. The U.S. Attorney's Office reported that there were no signs of a data breach caused by the theft.

Source: http://tbo.com/list/military-news/no-sign-of-data-breach-after-centcom-laptops-stolen-us-attorney-says-20150223/

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