Notice letters mailed to potentially impacted individuals include offers of no-cost credit monitoring and identity theft protection services for one year, Finn said.
When you see an offer for getting your free credit score, it may be a marketing-driven incentive to get you to sign up for a fee-based credit monitoring service. The score may be only available at no cost if you … Continue reading
She will be responsible for the oversight of VHFA's multifamily portfolio and for initiatives to preserve affordable housing. Kim will oversee multifamily information systems and strategic analysis of rental housing programs, tax credit monitoring …
… their bank and checking their credit report, they found that someone had also attempted to open several utilities accounts in their name in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
In 2014, University of Maryland President Wallace Loh made a desperate appeal to the Senate to support legislation that would force businesses to more aggressively address the cybersecurity issues that cost his university millions of dollars.
Vol Magic Wash, LLC has been assured by DRB Systems that the malware has been removed and that they are actively monitoring the platform to safeguard personal information.
Rhode Island officials expects Deloitte Consulting – the vendor building the UHIP system – to reimburse the state for the cost of the credit monitoring service, according to WPRI 12. The office is also working with Deloitte to determine the … Continue reading
Customers may email AJLAincidentresponse@AJLA.net with any additional questions about the incident. AJLA-TS is also offering one year of free credit monitoring services to those who were affected. Those affected will receive an activation code from …
One of those conditions is, in the event of a breach, AJL agrees to provide three-year free credit monitoring, call center and communications about the breach.
"In general, offering credit monitoring for 1 to 2 years was the common de facto standard for breached businesses to provide over the past 10-15 years or so, Herold says.