FPI Management, a multifamily property management company based in California has reported a data breach that may have compromised customer data.
According to the notice of breach filed with the California Office of the Attorney General, the company learned of the breach on August 14, 2020. FPI learned that an unauthorized third party gained access to the FPI network systems. After further investigation, the company found that a highly sensitive information was accessed by the hackers.
Compromised data included:
Financial information such as:
Medical information may have also been compromised.
FPI Management provides a range of property management services across 17 states in the United States. It currently manages over 130,000 units including Market Rate Housing, Affordable Housing, Senior Housing and more. The wide range of clientele means that data stolen could have dire consequences on not just the general population but also on the most vulnerable members of the community.
CaseyGerry is speaking to individuals who have been affected by the FPI Management Data breach. If you received a notice of the breach, please contact us at (619) 238-1811 for a confidential review of your case.