Tag Archives: Social Security

Big Data Breaches Shine Spotlight on Laws Impacting Employee Data Protection

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It seems like almost every week we learn of a massive new data breach, risking the loss of thousands of individuals’ personal and confidential information to a faceless hacker halfway around the world. A quick internet search for the latest news about data breaches reveals the sheer volume of information hacked or leaked on a … Continue reading this entry

Social Security "No-Match" Letter Guidance

  Dustin J. O’Quinn After nearly a four-year hiatus, in April 2011, the Social Security Administration (SSA) began mailing no-match letters to employers.  There are many reasons for the SSA to generate a no-match letter:   input errors by the SSA, reporting errors by an employer or employee, identity theft, errors in hyphenated or multiple last … Continue reading this entry