Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd. and Pure Canadian Gaming Corp. as reported by Think Relocation Consulting (service provider to the organizations)
Home break-in and theft of laptop. On December 22, 2015, the home of the Organizations? service provider (Think Relocation) was broken into and a laptop was stolen. The information at issue was stored on the laptop, which was password protected but not encrypted. The service provider reported there is no evidence indicating that the security of the laptop password has been compromised. The laptop has not been connected to the internet since the incident to enable the remote wipe function. The laptop has not been recovered. The incident occurred in British Columbia. It was discovered the same day.