Hospitality Staffing Solutions Data Breach Investigation
The Lyon Firm is investigating a possible data theft incident involving Hospitality Staffing Solutions. Tens of thousands of individuals may be impacted. Contact our privacy lawyers for a free and confidential data security consultation.
In yet another data breach this year, Hospitality Staffing Solutions (HSS) has announced an incident in which over 104,000 people may have had their personal information compromised.
On June 2,2023, Hospitality Staffing Solutions discovered the data breach in which the sensitive personal identifiable information in its systems may have been leaked. Through an investigation, HSS concluded that an unauthorized actor may have accessed data between March 2 and June 2, 2023. In August the company began notifying individuals whose information may have been impacted.
What Information is at Risk?
The type of personal information possibly exposed includes the following:
- Social Security number
- Driver’s license number
- Financial account number
About the Company
Operating out of Atlanta, Georgia, Hospitality Staffing Solutions is in the business of staffing housekeeping, banquet staff, food and beverage service, kitchen staff, groundskeeping, restaurant staff, and janitorial staff for hotels, resorts, casinos, restaurants, and special event spaces.
Protect Yourself After the Hospitality Staffing Solutions Breach
After personal information is leaked, individuals may be at risk for future identity theft and fraud. Victims may protect themselves with identity theft coverage and subscribing to an ID Theft Recovery program.
It is crucial to stay alert and watch for signs of fraudulent activity. If you notice any illegal activity, take appropriate actions described in this link to help protect yourself.
If you want additional information on what to do when a data theft incident impacts you, call The Lyon Firm. Our lawyers can discuss legal action and potential compensation.
Unfortunately, millions of Americans suffer from data privacy negligence each year, many of whom contact attorneys to hold companies accountable.