OHIO - News Talk Radio Whio.com reports that the Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services has lost a flash drive containing the personal information of 1,200 people.  The drive contained the names and social security numbers of people serviced at the Transition Center on Dryden Road in Moraine between 2005 and 2010.

It is not indicated whether the thumb drive, missing since August, was encrypted or not.   The county, however, is offering one year of free identity protection for those whose information might have been compromised.

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Written by Kanguru — October 31, 2012

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