During the MOVEit Transfer attacks, Pacific Premier Bancorp’s third-party vendor data was stolen, exposing the bank’s clients.
Personal data had been compromised in the incident, which utilized the popular file transfer tool MOVEit, according to the vendor. Attackers were able to access and download the data stored there by exploiting a now-patched software vulnerability. The vendor is used by the bank for specialized tax and compliance operational support services, according to the bank.
According to a regulatory filing by Pacific Premier, the exposed client data included Social Security numbers, account numbers, and other personally identifiable information. The company did not specify the scope of the data breach but stated that it is collaborating with the vendor to notify any affected parties and regulatory organizations read more Pacific Premier Bank clients exposed in MOVEit attacks.
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