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First Look: ASUS M51 Va, Centrino 2 benchmarks are in

First Look: ASUS M51 Va, Centrino 2 benchmarks are in

Intel has been banging on about Centrino 2 lately, so it was good to finally get a chance to test the claims courtesy of a spanking new mid-range Centrino 2 M51 Va courtesy of ASUS.
Aug 11 2008 2:38PM
Review: First Look: ASUS M51 Va, Centrino 2 benchmarks are in

Review: First Look: ASUS M51 Va, Centrino 2 benchmarks are in

Intel has been banging on about Centrino 2 lately, so it was good to finally get a chance to test the claims courtesy of a spanking new mid-range Centrino 2 M51 Va courtesy of ASUS.
Aug 11 2008 2:38PM
Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

A dishonest IT specialist, lack of encryption and insufficient physical security controls may have contributed to the disappearance of a US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) external hard drive that contained the personal information of 1.8 million people, an Office of Inspector General (OIG) report has concluded.
Jul 6 2007 9:57AM
1.8 million more people affected by latest VA loss

1.8 million more people affected by latest VA loss

The public relations nightmare for the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) worsened this week with the announcement that last month's loss of a relatively low impact hard drive loss actually affected 1.8 million people.
Feb 15 2007 5:54AM
Another VA breach affects 1,600 veterans from New York system

Another VA breach affects 1,600 veterans from New York system

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is again warning veterans their identity may be at risk following the theft of an unencrypted laptop from the agency's New York Harbor Healthcare System.
Nov 2 2006 5:08PM
VA to encrypt all computers

VA to encrypt all computers

In the latest response to the massive laptop data breach that placed the personal information of some 26.5 million veterans and active duty members at risk for identity theft, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced Monday that all its computers will be encrypted, effective immediately.
Aug 15 2006 8:13PM
ID Analytics to monitor retrieved VA data

ID Analytics to monitor retrieved VA data

ID Analytics will conduct data breach analysis for the Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure that personal information of millions of veterans and current members of the military was not misused, the department announced this week.
Aug 11 2006 5:45PM
Now a VA subcontractor's computer is missing

Now a VA subcontractor's computer is missing

Three months after a laptop breach put the personal information of millions of active duty service people at risk, another computer containing the personal information of veterans has gone missing.
Aug 8 2006 8:59PM
VA laptop thieves apprehended

VA laptop thieves apprehended

Maryland law enforcement authorities announced the arrest on Saturday of two state men allegedly responsible for the May theft of a laptop and hard drive containing the personal information of millions of veterans and active-duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Aug 7 2006 6:50PM
Inspector general: VA response to stolen laptop rife with errors

Inspector general: VA response to stolen laptop rife with errors

The Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) response to the stolen laptop that contained the personal information of some 26 million veterans and current military personnel was riddled with communication and procedural deficiencies, as well as an attempt by one official to downplay the risk associated with the pilfered data.
Jul 12 2006 9:14PM
Infamous VA laptop recovered, appears not to have been tampered with

Infamous VA laptop recovered, appears not to have been tampered with

The federal government’s most famous stolen laptop, containing the personal information of up to 26.5 million veterans and current members of the U.S. Armed Forces, has been recovered and appears not to have been tampered with, the FBI said today in a statement.
Jun 29 2006 9:20PM
More than 2 million active-duty troops affected by VA breach

More than 2 million active-duty troops affected by VA breach

As many as 2.2 million members of the U.S. Armed Forces may have been also been affected by last month’s theft of a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) laptop.
Jun 7 2006 10:10PM
Active duty servicemen also affected by massive VA data breach

Active duty servicemen also affected by massive VA data breach

Active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces may also have had their personal information compromised in last month’s breach of the personal data of 26.5 million veterans.
Jun 5 2006 7:39PM
Personnel shakeup at VA follows data breach

Personnel shakeup at VA follows data breach

Secretary of Veterans Affairs R. James Nicholson made a series of personnel changes this week following last month’s theft of the personal data of more than 26.5 million veterans.
Jun 1 2006 7:06PM
VA secretary 'mad as hell' over breach

VA secretary 'mad as hell' over breach

Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Jim Nicholson told Congress today that he’s "mad as hell" he wasn’t notified earlier about the theft of the personal information of 26.5 million veterans.
May 25 2006 9:27PM
Dems want tighter VA restrictions after massive breach

Dems want tighter VA restrictions after massive breach

U.S. House Democrats called on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) this week to tighten employee access restrictions after the VA announced that the personal information of as many as 26.5 million veterans was stolen in a home burglary.
May 23 2006 8:19PM

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