Carvin Software Data Breach Exposes Sensitive Client Information Across Multiple Industries

Carvin Software’s data breach potentially compromised personal information such as names, Social Security numbers, and financial account information for clients across numerous industries.

Carvin Software, a leading software development company, has revealed a significant data breach that potentially exposed the sensitive information of numerous clients across multiple industries. The company identified unusual activity on its computer network on March 9, 2023, and promptly took action to isolate the affected systems and launch an investigation.

The comprehensive investigation determined that unauthorized access to files containing sensitive data occurred between February 22 and March 9, 2023. Personal information, including names, Social Security numbers, and financial account information, were among the compromised data. Carvin Software has since contacted the affected data owners and is providing free credit monitoring services for a year through IDX to help mitigate potential damages.

In response to the data breach, Carvin Software has not only enhanced its network security measures but also reviewed its policies and procedures to prevent future incidents. The company is working closely with federal law enforcement agencies and has provided affected individuals with guidance on protecting their identities and preventing fraud.

Among the businesses whose clients may have been impacted are Pirate Staffing, Platinum Recruiting, Arastaff, Atlas Management, Complete Labor, Paydayz Staffing, Heartland Labor, Jack of All Trades, Kwikjobs, Labor Exchange, Labor for Hire, EmployUS, Encore, MCMStaffing, On Demand Staffing INC, Labor Force, FloydLeeLocums, G1Staffing, Labor Smart, LC Staffing, Labor Masters, PersonnelServices, Prestige Staffing, Rose Employment Solutions, Square One, StarStaffing, Ace Personnel, Apple Staffing, Terry Neese Personnel, WorkForce, and WorkStuffStaffingSolutions.

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Carvin Software has filed a notification with the Maine Attorney General’s office regarding the data breach. In addition to the measures already taken, the company is offering identity theft protection services through IDX, A ZeroFox Company, a leader in data breach and recovery services. IDX identity protection services include 12 or 24 months of credit and CyberScan monitoring, a $1,000,000 insurance reimbursement policy, and fully managed I.D. theft recovery services. With this protection, IDX will help affected individuals resolve issues if their identity is compromised.