It blows my mind that E&Y is still in business with all the "lost laptops/systems" they have experienced lately.  Most recently it was 243,000 customer records for the web site  The Register has the story:

Ernst & Young’s laptop loss unit continues to be one of the company’s more productive divisions. We learn this week that the accounting firm lost a system containing data on 243,000 customers. joins the likes of Sun Microsystems, IBM, Cisco, BP and Nokia, which have all had their employees’ data exposed by Ernst & Young, as revealed here in a series of exclusive stories.