Indiana Welfare Security Breach Limited to 64 Clients
Created by kblakeslee on 7/31/2013 3:35:29 PM

  INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Indiana welfare officials say a security breach revealed 16 clients' Social Security numbers to other clients and the sharing of other personal information for 48 other clients.
  The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration on Wednesday disclosed those results of a review of all documents possibly involved in the security breach.
  The FSSA contractor whose computer programming error led to the security breach _ RCR Technologies Inc. _ performed the document review.
  When FSSA revealed the breach a month ago, it said it possibly affected more than 187,000 clients. 
  FSSA says it will inform the clients whose information was breached that they will receive free credit monitoring paid for by RCR. FSSA also has directed RCR to put a plan in place to prevent future security breaches.