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Riverside County Department of Social Services sends letter of privacy breach

Identity theft protection available to 770 clients potentially impacted by stolen paper files


Last updated 8/16/2019 at 12:55am

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County’s Department of Public Social Services sent a letter to 770 clients Wednesday, Aug. 7, encouraging them to enroll for one year of free credit monitoring after their paper records were stolen during a car burglary.

“We don’t know who stole the records or for what reason,” Sarah Mack, director of DPSS, said. “However, we do know this breach represents a concern to each individual whose records were taken and we are determined to help minimize the privacy risks that may arise from this unfortunate incident.”

A supervisor for DPSS Adult Protective S...

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