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6:30 pm on Monday November 4, 2013

South Carolinians report problems with CSID

Tom McCartney says when he tried to enroll for credit monitoring and identity protection online, but he got an error message stating his information can't be found in the eligible taxpayer database.
9:01 am on Friday September 6, 2013

MUSC billing system hacked, patient financial information at risk

The Medical University of Soiuth Carolina (MUSC) is where the majority of Grand Stranders get sent for specialty care, especially pediatric patients. Unfortunately, their billing system was hacked and the financial information associated with as...
5:31 am on Saturday March 2, 2013

Lawsuit over S.C. tax hacking dismissed as judge cites a lack of harm to taxpayers

Image by Flickr user r-z The lawsuit over the massive leaking of public tax payer data from South Carolina's tax agency has been dismissed by a judge who said the lawsuit failed to draw points on actual damages to the state's taxpayers.
6:10 am on Tuesday November 6, 2012

Lawsuit over S.C. hacking of private data shows just how sorry the situation is (Update)

Flickr user r-z Update at the bottom... Former Republican state senator John Hawkins has filed a lawsuit against South Carolina in the massive leaking of public tax payer data after a state database was breached by a hacker. Hawkins says he wants...
3:00 am on Tuesday November 6, 2012

Lawsuit over S.C. hacking shows just how sorry the situation is (Updated)

Flickr user r-z Update 2: The case has been dismissed. Update: Hawkins has added more defendants to the lawsuit and has expanded his stance, noting a statute that could make parties liable for $1,000 per affected resident. Former Republican state...
11:37 pm on Monday November 5, 2012

Lawsuit over S.C. hacking shows just how sorry the situation is (Updated)

Image by Flickr user r-z Update 2: The case has been dismissed. Update: Hawkins has added more defendants to the lawsuit and has expanded his stance, noting a statute that could make parties liable for $1,000 per affected resident. Former Republican...
1:10 pm on Friday October 26, 2012

Hacker compromises millions of SC residents' debit card numbers, SSNs

Image by Flickr user Davide RestivoLive 5 News reports that an international hacker has gained access to 387,000 credit and debit card numbers and 3.6 million social security numbers via the South Carolina Department of Revenue's website and a...
4:57 am on Wednesday December 31, 2008

Six Flags computer hacker ordered to stay offline

Federal prosecutors alleged earlier this year that Mark Daniel Kahn, 27, was living in Greenville in 2004 when he inserted a malicious computer code into Six Flags' online job application forms. Kahn inundated the system with hundreds of...
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