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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Andrew Pettit
The theft of a computer containing information on more than 4 million patients of a major Northern California health care provider may be among the largest breaches of health care data in recent years, but it's far from the only incident of its kind.
Employees reported the theft to Sacramento police when they returned to work that Monday, Oct. 17, said Sgt. Andrew Pettit, but they didn't notify the public until Wednesday, a month later.
"If that machine is that valuable, then there should be more security measures where that is protected. There's got to be something in place to make sure that that doesn't happen," Pettit said.