1st Source Bank Data Breach
About the Investigation:
If so, your sensitive personal identifiable information may have been stolen!
1st Source Bank recently announced that their customer data has been exposed as part of a larger data breach connected to MOVEit, the file transfer software they use. It has been reported that as many as 450,000 1st Source Bank customers had their information stolen as a result of the breach, including their names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license numbers.
Data breaches are serious matters that can cause long term damage. Hackers break into networks so that they can steal your personal information to sell it on the dark web, commit identity theft, financial theft or other frauds.
How do you know if you were affected? If you received a letter from 1st Source Bank notifying you that your personal information was impacted in their data breach, contact us to find out if you may be eligible for compensation!
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