San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System Faces Lawsuit After Data Breach

Rebecca Picciotto reports:

Since June 5, The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System (SFERS) has been confronted with a class-action lawsuit claiming negligence due to a data hack from February.

Righetti Glugoski, a law firm located in San Francisco, is representing the plaintiffs. The case was brought to the firm by San Francisco resident Richard Goss. The defendants of the case are SFERS and 10up, a web consultant that was housing the information that was subject to breach.

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