Erin Hudson reports:
Thousands of New York residents who live in buildings run by Douglas Elliman’s property management arm may have had their personal information compromised this month.
Douglas Elliman Property Management’s three managing directors emailed hundreds of co-operative and condominium boards Monday to advise them that the company’s IT network — which contains data for its buildings’ residents and employees — was breached and their personal information may have been compromised.
In the message viewed by The Real Deal, executives said the firm detected “suspicious activity” on its IT systems April 7.
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