1st Source Bank reports data breach exposing Social Security numbers, other personal data

The personal data of 450,000 1st Source Bank consumers nationwide has been compromised, exposing Social Security numbers, full names, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers and state identification.

The incident involved the bank’s use of MOVEit, a third-party file transfer software. In late May, the company that developed MOVEit announced a flaw in MOVEit that let unauthorized parties access information stored on its servers.

On July 14, 1st Source Bank filed a notice with the Attorney General of Maine regarding the breach.

Customers impacted by this breach will get a data breach notice from 1st Source.

If you get a data breach letter, click here for steps to protect your information.

Victims should also consider contacting a data breach attorney immediately.

1st Source officials said they will give 12 months of complimentary credit monitoring service to victims whose Social Security numbers were affected.

Anyone with questions about the breach can call Console & Associates, P.C. at 866-778-5500.

Click here for more information.

Currently, 1st Source Bank is one of hundreds of companies nationwide impacted by the MOVEit flaw. 

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