Estée Lauder employees notified that their data were on stolen laptop, July 26, 2011

Another day, another stolen laptop with employee data. This time it’s New York-headquartered Estée Lauder. In a notification letter dated July 13 that omits important details, the firm’s lawyer writes that the company “recently learned” about the theft of a company-issued laptop that contained names and Social Security Numbers of current and former employees and contractors for the firm. The letter indicated that following the theft, the company changed all passwords assigned to the employee.


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