Shah Dixit & Associates Data Breach on Dec 22

Will Gendron
Mar 11, 2024 12:39 PM
Data breach at Shah Dixit & Associates exposed names, SSNs, and more. Check if you're affected and secure your info.

What Happened?

Shah Dixit & Associates P.C. experienced a significant data breach that was first identified on December 22, 2023. The breach involved unauthorized access to certain systems within the company. Immediate actions were taken to secure the systems and assess the extent of the intrusion. It was determined that the unauthorized access was both initiated and terminated on the same day.

The investigation revealed that various personal data files were accessible to the unauthorized third party. On February 26, 2024, it was confirmed that these files contained sensitive personal information, including names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, other government identification numbers, and financial account numbers. Although there is no evidence that this information was misused, the potential exposure prompted Shah Dixit & Associates P.C. to take precautionary measures to protect affected individuals.

Steps Taken by Shah Dixit & Associates P.C.

Upon discovering the data breach, Shah Dixit & Associates P.C. collaborated with third-party cybersecurity experts and law enforcement to thoroughly investigate and respond to the incident. The firm has since implemented enhanced security measures to prevent future occurrences.

Understanding the potential risks associated with the exposure of personal information, Shah Dixit & Associates P.C. is offering affected individuals complimentary access to Kroll’s Identity Monitoring Services for 24 months. These services include Credit Monitoring, Fraud Consultation, and Identity Theft Restoration.

To activate your identity monitoring services, please visit Kroll Monitoring Enrollment. Be sure to activate your service by the provided deadline using your unique Membership Number.

For more detailed information about the services provided by Kroll, you can visit Kroll Monitoring Information.

What You Can Do

  • Monitor Your Accounts: Regularly review your account statements and credit reports. You can obtain a free credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies once a year at or by calling 1-877-322-8228.

  • Credit Freeze: Consider placing a credit freeze on your files, which makes it harder for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. To do this, contact each of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.

  • Fraud Alerts: You can place a fraud alert on your credit reports which warns creditors that you may be an identity theft victim and they should verify that anyone seeking credit in your name really is you. Start the process by contacting one of the bureaus listed above.

Additional Resources and Contacts

If you suspect identity theft or have other concerns, you can contact the Federal Trade Commission through their identity theft division at FTC Identity Theft or by calling 1-877-438-4338. For residents of specific states, local resources are also available for additional support and information:

For further questions or to discuss this notice, please contact Shah Dixit & Associates P.C. at the provided toll-free number available Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Central Time.

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