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Alogent Data Breach Investigation | MOVEit Class Action Lawsuit

The Lyon Firm is investigating all data breach claims on behalf of Alogent and Huntington Bank, victims of the MOVEit transfer cyberattack that has impacted millions worldwide. Contact the firm to discuss your legal options and join a data privacy class action. 

Alogent Holdings and Huntington Bank have begun writing to victims, sending out data breach notification letters that detail what happened and the extent of the personal data that may be compromised. Reports suggest that over 4.5 million individuals could have had their personal information leaked.

Alogent says between May 30 and June 1, 2023, they were a victim of a zero-day vulnerability within one of their vendors software, Progress Software’s MOVEit Transfer application. Exposed data included Huntington Bank account information. The leaked data set included account and routing numbers, name, address, phone, and remittance amounts.

What Happened at Alogent?

On August 14, 2023, Alogent Holdings filed a notice of data breach with the Attorney General of Maine related to a breach that took advantage of a vulnerability in MOVEit, a file-transfer application used by Alogent.

An “unauthorized party,” now identified as the Clop ransomware group, was able to exploit a vulnerability within the MOVEit program between May 30, 2023 and June 1, 2023.

The MOVEit breach allegedly involved information related to activity at one of Alogent’s big clients, Huntington Bank. After an initial investigation, Alogent started sending out data breach notification letters to all individuals whose information was compromised.

If you received a data breach notification from Alogent Holdings, you may call our lawyers to learn more about the lawsuit and how to join the class action. A data breach attorney can help you learn more about how to protect yourself in the future from fraud and identity theft.

In their filed notice to consumers, Alogent explained that the data security incident resulted in an unauthorized party accessing consumers’ sensitive information, which included names, account and routing numbers, addresses, phone numbers, check payees and remittance amounts.

More About Alogent Holdings, Inc.

Founded in 1995, Alogent is a software company based in Peachtree Corners, Georgia. The company specializes in providing payment automation services and digital banking solutions to banks and credit unions across the country. Alogent provides process automation solutions to help financial institutions overcome productivity, growth and financial challenges.

Can I File a Class Action Data Breach Lawsuit?

Our lawyers believe any entity that collects and stores your sensitive personal information has a duty to protect it with a reasonable security system. Should they neglect these duties and a security breach incident occurs, legal action can be considered.

In the case of organizations and companies linked to the MOVEit vulnerability, litigation has already begun moving forward. Victims of the Alogent Holdings breach can contact attorneys to join the existing class action. Rightful compensation may be warranted.

The Lyon Firm is currently involved in numerous data theft cases across the country, targeting companies who are clearly negligent in their fight against cybercriminals. The data security landscape has changed quickly in the last few years and companies must be held accountable when they fail to properly handle your personal information.

Contact our data breach lawyers to file a claim and to seek compensation for any damages related to the MOVEit attack. It is not too late to join an existing lawsuit. Our lawyers are currently litigating the MOVEit case along with some of the nation’s largest privacy firms. We have filed several class actions on behalf of plaintiffs in all fifty states. Call for a free and confidential consultation.