Aetna settled a lawsuit for $17 million Wednesday over a data breach that happened in the summer of 2017. The privacy of as many as 12,000 people insured by Aetna was compromised in a very low-tech way: The fact that they had been taking HIV drugs was revealed through the clear window of the envelope.
In an ironic twist, the letters were sent in response to a settlement over previous privacy violation concerns. Aetna had required members to obtain HIV medications through mail-order pharmacies.
Welcome to our new archival ready, storage area! The photos show the air conditioning and humidity controls being added, as well as the shelving. Our first archival storage clients have already moved into this special area! If you need a safe spot to place your Vital and/or Historical records call us today.We can also accommodate memorabilia, that may be awkward in size or shape. Contact us if you want more information!
Hurricane Season is just around the corner! One of Crown's commitments was to add an automatic generator, in case of power outages. We have accomplished that goal! This automatic generator will be able to keep all our security systems, operation systems, and temperature control, up and running during power outages, without missing a beat!
According to a 2016 study published by Blancco Technology Group, out of 200 used computer drives purchased, from eBay and Craigslist, 67 percent of the drives held personally identifiable information and 11 percent contained sensitive corporate data. The only way, to be sure, that your information is gone, is to destroy the hard drive. Crown Information Management can destroy those hard drives for you, providing you with a complete chain of custody.