Paytime sends notification letters

The Paytime, Inc. breach, noted previously, has resulted in Paytime notifying the California Attorney General’s Office.

Since California only requires notification if over 500 residents are affected, it may indicate that the breach was fairly large.

According to their forensic investigation, hackers accessed personal information – including name, address, phone numbers, Social Security number and date of birth – as well as payroll and wage/hire information and bank account information.


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