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Three US firms add over a million MOVEit victims


Sovos, Financial Institution Service Corporation (FISC), and Johnson Financial Group (JFG) said the MOVEit breach impacted the sensitive data of over one million individuals.

One of the biggest hacks of 2023, the MOVEit Transfer attack, keeps adding victims. Three US-based companies have started notifying individuals impacted by the attacks, which are claimed by the Cl0p ransomware gang.

FISC, a data processing and technology services firm, posted a breach notification to the Maine Attorney General, indicating that the attack impacted 753,261 individuals.

According to the company, attackers may have accessed sensitive data such as names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers (SSNs), driver’s license numbers and other government-issued ID numbers, financial account information, telephone numbers, and payment card numbers.


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