Between approximately january 4, 2018 and January 12, 2018, Netcracker learned that a few of its employees were the target of an e-mail phishing incident. Those employees received an email that appeared to live from Netcracker's payroll provider, Automatic data Processing ("ıııADP"ıııı). Employees who clicked on a link in the e-mail and entered their ADP login information on the landing varlet enabled access by the scammer to their ADP account and to view personal information in that account. The account contains employees' personal information, including financial account number, e-mail speech and ADP username with word or security query and answer, and social security number. The employee's ADP account does not take driver's permission number or state identification card number, any credit or debit card number, or medical or health insurance information.