Jones used the stolen identities to apply for loans and used the money for his personal benefit. He is scheduled to be sentenced in August 2014.
"Jones admitted abusing his position to obtain personal identifying information, including Social Security numbers and dates of birth, of active duty U.S. Army officers."It is unclear over what period of time the data thefts occurred or how many Army personnel were victims. Organization seeking to proactively detect identity theft and privacy breaches can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
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(a) Former Fort Campbell assistant IG pleads guilty to ID theft, bank fraud - www.ArmyTimes.com, 05/13/2014