Jennings Road Management Data Breach

By
Will Gendron
Mar 27, 2024 3:23 PM
Affected by the Jennings Road Management Corp data breach? This incident may have exposed customer payment card details. Learn what steps to take to protect your information. No social security or driver's license numbers were compromised.
Jennings Road Management Data Breach

Understanding the Jennings Road Management Corp Data Breach

If you've recently interacted with Jennings Road Management Corp, it's important to be aware of a data security incident involving one of their vendors. This breach has potentially exposed customer payment card information, although it's reassuring to note that no social security numbers, driver's license numbers, or other forms of personal information were involved.

The incident came to light when a threat actor claimed to have accessed voicemail messages on the vendor's system, which may have contained customer payment card details. It's worth mentioning that there is currently no indication that any specific individual's information was accessed or misused.

What You Should Do

Even though your payment card information may not have been compromised, it's crucial to monitor your account statements closely for any signs of unauthorized activity. In response to this incident, Jennings Road Management Corp and their vendor have taken steps to secure the affected information and prevent further breaches.

Massachusetts residents have the right to obtain any police report filed in relation to this incident, although at present, no such report is known to exist. Additionally, you can place a security freeze on your credit reports at no charge, which can help prevent credit, loans, and services from being approved in your name without your consent.

How to Place a Security Freeze

To place a security freeze, contact each of the three major consumer reporting agencies:

You'll need to provide personal information such as your full name, social security number, date of birth, and proof of current address. If you've been a victim of identity theft, you should also include a copy of any police report or complaint filed.

The agencies are required to place the freeze within one business day if the request is made by phone or secure electronic means, or within three business days if by mail. They must also send you a confirmation and a personal identification number (PIN) or password to use when lifting the freeze.

Lifting a Security Freeze

To lift the freeze, either temporarily or permanently, you will need to provide proper identification and the PIN or password. This can be done via phone or secure electronic means for immediate action, or by mail for action within three business days.

Need Further Information?

If you have questions or need more information about the breach, you can reach out to Daniel A. Guerra, the Director of Information Technology at Jennings Road Management Corp, by calling (617) 666-8333.

For more details on the breach notification, you can view the full disclosure on the Massachusetts Attorney General's website.

By taking the steps outlined above, you can help protect your personal information from misuse. Stay vigilant and take action to secure your credit and identity.

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