A thief “circumvented” building security at Kleiner Perkins’ office in Menlo Park and stole several laptops, including one used by the firm’s finance department. Details of the theft, which happened in July, have emerged after Kleiner sent a letter to the Attorney General of New Hampshire informing him that one of the password protected machines contained financial records for a resident of the state. That resident appears to be a Kleiner employee.
In the letter, embedded below, Kleiner general counsel Paul Vronsky writes that they are “working with forensic and security experts to implement additional security measures around our facilities and computer systems. We have no knowledge than any information has been or will be misused.”