Good news if you work for Armstrong World Industries, a manufacturer of floors, ceilings and cabinets. The company in 2005 achieved revenues of $4bn, but didn't feel the need to invest any money in a decent security policy and enforce it.
As the company reported on 25 July, this policy resulted in the loss of confidential information including social security numbers on 12,000 of its employees. The data was stored on a laptop that was stolen from company's auditor Deloitte & Touche.
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