Bradford-Scott data breach exposes 40K individuals


Bradford-Scott Data Corporation, a US-based tech company, has experienced a data breach. According to the company, the sensitive information of 43,000 individuals was exposed.

The company started reaching out to individuals impacted by a recent data breach. A breach notification letter issued to the Office of the Maine Attorney General states that Bradford-Scott Data experienced a “data security event” that may have exposed personal user details.

The exposed information includes:

  • Names
  • Social Security numbers
  • Other variable data

On July 2nd, 2023, the company “identified unusual activity within a limited portion” of its network and began investigating the incident. The company learned that attackers obtained specific files from its network between May 19th and May 28th of 2023.

Bradford-Scott Data reviewed the incident, concluding the breach investigation in December 2023.

The company claims to have “conducted a comprehensive review of the information potentially affected and reported the event to federal law enforcement.”

Bradford-Scott Data is offering credit monitoring and identity theft protection services to those affected by the data breach

Individuals affected are encouraged to remain vigilant, and Bradford-Scott Data regrets the inconvenience caused by the event.

Bradford-Scott Data is a US-based technology company headquartered in Indianapolis that provides software solutions to credit unions. The company is the major owner of Sharetech, which serves over 280 credit unions globally.


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