As if we didn't know this already, more evidence has emerged that when it comes to data security, human beings are well thick, innit. This time the poor victims were patients at St George's hospital in Tooting, around 20,000 of them to be precise, whose records have been stolen from said premises.
A total of six unencrypted laptops holding sensitive data on them went missing a wee while back, but the news has only just emerged as hospital administrators finally 'fess up and contact the unlucky ones. Apparently the hospital was unprepared for a concerted attempt to rob it of its IT property. Which I'm sure will make us all sleep pretty well tonight.
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