Bank of America warns customers of data breach after vendor hack

Following a hacking incident involving one of its service suppliers last year, Bank of America is alerting its clientele to a data breach that may expose their data.

According to information shared with the Attorney General of Texas, the impacted individuals’ names, addresses, social security numbers, dates of birth, and financial information, including account and credit card numbers, are among the customer’s personally identifiable information (PII) exposed in the security breach.

While Infosys McCamish Systems (IMS), the vendor whose systems were accessed, disclosed in a recent filing with the Attorney General of Maine that 57,028 customers’ data was exposed in the event, Bank of America has not yet disclosed the number read more Bank of America warns customers of data breach after vendor hack.

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