Nemadji has not received any reports that personal information was misused as a result of this incident, according to the statement, but it will notify potentially impacted individuals so they can take further precautions. The company will also offer credit monitoring and identity protection services at no cost to the impacted individuals.
When the company first noticed unusual activity on March 28, it conducted an investigation using a third-party forensics expert.
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“Information privacy and security are among Nemadji’s highest priorities. Nemadji has strict security measures in place to protect information in our care. Upon discovering this incident, Nemadji quickly took steps to confirm the security of its systems, including employee email accounts,” the release said.
Anyone concerned about their information can call Nemadji at 1-800-491-4740 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The company also reported the incident to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and enhanced email security and employee training.
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