If you received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH letter from CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION, please click here, call us at (914) 298-3283, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your legal options.
Attorneys at Finkelstein, Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber, LLP have successfully recovered millions of dollars on behalf of data breach victims. We are currently investigating the data breach at CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION, as well as other data breaches. If you received a notification letter relating to this data breach or believe that your information may have been unlawfully accessed, please contact us to discuss your your legal options.
Identity theft is a multi-billion-dollar problem. Although many companies have responded to this threat appropriately, some continue to risk theft of the sensitive personal and medical information entrusted to them by consumers and patients. Unfortunately, it appears CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION in Massachusetts failed to protect the sensitive information of a massive number of people.
HOW DID THE BREACH OCCUR?
According to various news sources, on November 26, 2021, CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION became aware of potential unusual computer system activity and promptly commenced an investigation. Through the investigation, it was determined that malicious actor(s) illegally compromised certain CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION computer systems and gained access to certain internal servers. Based on the investigation into this incident, it was determined that the information involved may include your name, date of birth, Social Security number, and/or diver’s license number.
Cybercriminal use personal information with the primary incentive of using that private data to commit identity theft and financial fraud. Identity theft wreaks havoc on consumers’ finances, credit history, and reputation and can take time, money, and patience to resolve. Identity thieves use stolen personal information for a variety of crimes, including credit card fraud, phone or utilities fraud, banking or finance fraud, government fraud, and medical identity theft. Moreover, a person whose personal information has been compromised may not see the full extent of identity theft or fraud for years.
IF YOU RECEIVED A BREACH NOTIFICATION LETTER FROM CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION – YOU NEED TO ACT NOW.
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