1st Source Bank Data Breach Investigation | MOVEit
The Lyon is investigating data breach claims related to MOVEit transfer software and 1st Source Bank on behalf of plaintiffs nationwide. We provide free and confidential consultations.
In early June 2023, 1st Source Bank became aware of an alert issued by Progress Software – the company responsible for the MOVEit file transfer data breach debacle that has embroiled millions of people across the nation.
In addition to an estimated 450,000 1st Source Bank customers, millions of other individuals and multiple institutions have been impacted. A serious vulnerability in the MOVEit software, used widely by businesses and government agencies, has left many wondering if and what personal data was stolen.
On June 24, 2023, they learned that certain personal information belonging to its customers was contained within a file that may have been acquired, including names, Social Security numbers, driver’s license or state identification card numbers, other government identification numbers, and/or dates of birth.
1st Source is a financial institution headquartered in South Bend, Indiana. It operates 81 branch locations in Indiana and Michigan and generates around $354 million in annual revenue.
Can You File a 1st Source Bank Data Breach Class Action?
A class action attorney may determine if you are eligible to file a data breach lawsuit or join an existing class of plaintiffs. Joe Lyon is an experienced privacy attorney and can assist in determining the following:
- If 1stSource Bank failed to adopt security safeguards that would have prevented the breach
- If the bank notified customers as soon as it learned of the intrusion
- If the bank provided a list of all impacted individuals
The Lyon Firm is currently involved in several data privacy class actions nationwide and works with the most prominent security breach firms in the United States. Contact the firm for a free consult.