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Terminix/Master Global Holdings Data Breach

October 14, 2020 Blog,Data Breaches

Terminix and Master Global Holdings have reported a data breach that has affected almost 15,000 previous and current employee compromising sensitive information such as Date of Birth, Social Security Number, Employment dates, and 401K information such as balance and name of provider. This breach has affected employees across the United States whose personal and financial information is now available to hackers.

The breach was first discovered on September 16, 2020; however, it was reported that the breach ran from September 10 through to September 22, 2020. It is uncertain why the breach was not stopped or reported after discovery.

The breach occurred when an employee was misled by a phishing scam. Once hackers gained access, they were able to hijack employee information of previous and current employees nationwide.

In a notice to employees, the company stated that they have taken steps to stop the breach and have altered communication systems to enhance security.

San Diego Law Firm, CaseyGerry holds companies responsible when they have failed to provide the appropriate data protection for employees and/or clients resulting in data breaches. We have represented those affected against some of the largest corporations in the world including Yahoo! and Sony Computer Entertainment.

If you are a current or former employee of Terminix or Master Global Holdings, and have received notification regarding this data breach, contact our Class Action attorneys today for a free, no-obligation consultation.