Hilton Grand Vacations uncertain whether customer data was viewed or compromised

On September 3, Hilton Grand Vacations notified (pdf) the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office that they

… recently became aware that certain information submitted to Hilton Grand Vacations as part of credit applications or Vacation Introduction Program purchases may have been viewed by an unauthorized person. Although we do not know for certain, it is possible that name, social security number, and date of birth may have been viewed and possibly compromised. It appears that unauthorized access to this information could have begun as early as February 2009.

The company said that it would be notifying 2,304 individuals, 7 of whom are New Hampshire residents. Those notified were offered free credit monitoring services.

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