MA: HarborOne says 800 people affected by breach at Randolph branch
John Chesto reports:
The assailant who attacked a courier on May 9 at the HarborOne Credit Union branch in Randolph didn’t end up getting any cash. But the attacker did end up with some sensitive information that was in a courier bag.
That’s why the credit union sent out letters this week to about 800 people warning that their paperwork from transactions conducted at the branch on May 5 may have been compromised by the attack.[….]
The compromised information was limited to names, addresses and account numbers, Rice said. No Social Security numbers, dates of birth, or other personal data were included in the paperwork that was in the courier’s bag, he said.
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