Kimco Staffing Services Data Breach Investigation
The Lyon Firm is investigating a data breach at Kimco Staffing that impacted thousands of California residents. Reports suggest almost 70,000 individuals may have had their personal data compromised in the data security incident. Contact our data breach lawyers following notice from Kimco. Free consultations and case review.
What Happened at Kimco Staffing Solutions?
Kimco discovered that it was the target of a data breach in which a large amount of personal information in its systems may have been accessed and stolen. An initial investigation shows that an unauthorized actor likely acquired this data in June 2023. The investigation confirmed that an unauthorized party was able to access some portions of its network, including files containing sensitive information belonging to former employees or those who currently work at the company. The type of information potentially exposed includes names and Social Security numbers.
On December 19, 2023, Kimco filed a notice and began sending out data breach notification letters to all individuals whose information was affected. If you receive a notification from Kimco Staffing, it is critical to understand the risks of data theft, and how to protect yourself from identity theft and fraud.
Kimco Staffing Services, Inc. is an independent staffing company operating out of Irvine, California. Kimco identifies candidates and open positions for office professionals, contact center/customer care workers, accounting operations workers, technical support workers, and industrial workers. Kimco operates locations in Los Angeles, the Inland Empire, Orange County, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Contact our legal team to discuss your legal options. You may be able to file or join an existing data breach class action. Our firm is currently working on numerous data privacy cases and works alongside some of the biggest privacy law firms in the nation. We represent plaintiffs in all fifty states, and aim to hold negligent companies accountable when they fail to maintain properly secure IT networks.