UCLA Health in mid-July announced it had suffered a cyberattack—which started in September 2014—that affected up to 4.5 million individuals. But the organization appears to have other significant security issues and isn’t being particularly forthcoming.

On Sept. 1, the organization issued a notice to media of a new breach and that it was notifying 1,242 individuals after an unencrypted laptop was stolen. The notice included: “Note to editors: No spokespersons are available for interviews.”

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