Hack Notice

Hack Notice: UFCW Local 655

UFCW Local 655

Description
On or around July 21, 2016, UFCW Local 655 Food Employers spliff Pension plan was the victim of ransomware attack. We immediately began an investigation into the nature and the scope of this incident. We retained a third-party data forensic firm to serve in our investigation. After an extensive investigation, we found no evidence demonstrating that an unauthorized individual accessed or acquired your child's information, however we determined that an unauthorized user gained access to our server on July 14, 2016, one week before the ransomware attack. spell there is no evidence that your child's info was accessed or acquired, we are unable to definitively prescript out this possibility, and are providing notice out of an abundance of caution.The info compromised included north members children's name, social security number, appointment of birth, credit card information, health insurance information, state ID and/or drivers permit number, and bank account information. More information: https://oag.ca.gov/ecrime/datahack/reports/sb24-64824

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