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The Lyon Firm Files Lakeview Loan Servicing Data Breach Class Action

The Lyon Firm, along with a team of data privacy lawyers nationwide, has filed a class action data breach complaint against Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC for the company’s failure to protect the personal and financial information of its clients.

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, operating out of Coral Gables, Florida, is one of the largest mortgage providers in the United States. If you received a data breach notification letter from Lakeview Loan Servicing, contact Joe Lyon to discuss your legal rights in the matter.

According to early reports, Lakeview Loan detected unusual activity on its computer systems in December 2021, a clear sign of a cyberattack, but the company did not contact potential victims until March 18, 2022. The personal data of around 2,537,261 individuals may have been compromised in the security breach.

What Personal Information was Compromised?

Lakeview Loan has noted the following information was possibly leaked in the data breach:

  • Names
  • Social Security numbers
  • Mortgage/loan information

Can I Join the Lakeview Data Breach?

An experienced class action privacy attorney can determine if you are eligible to file a data breach lawsuit or join a class of plaintiffs.

Entities that collect and store data have a duty to protect personal information to the best of their ability. When they are negligent, and a data theft incident occurs, they may be liable for the following:

  • Improperly monitoring data security systems for existing intrusions
  • Not ensuring that vendors with access to computer systems and data employ reasonable security procedures
  • Improperly training employees in handling emails containing personal data and maintain adequate email security practices
  • Failure to implement technical policies and procedures to allow electronic data access only to individuals or software programs granted access rights
  • Failure to implement procedures to review records of information system activity regularly, such as audit logs, access reports and security incident tracking reports
  • Improperly protecting against reasonably anticipated threats or hazards to the security or integrity of stored data

If you would like a free data privacy consultation with an attorney to learn more potential legal remedies, contact The Lyon Firm. Joe Lyon is currently involved in numerous privacy lawsuits nationwide.


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