Data Breach

Exela Technologies Data Breach Investigation

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Shamis & Gentile P.A., one of the nation's premier class action law firms specializing in data breach cases, is investigating the Exela Technologies, Inc data breach. If you were affected by the data breach, your sensitive personally identifiable information may have been exposed, and you may be eligible for compensation.

About Exela Technologies, Inc

Exela Technologies, Inc., founded in 2017, is a leader in business process automation (BPA) across numerous industries. With a global footprint and proprietary technology, Exela offers solutions that enhance productivity, quality, and end-user experience. Operating in over 50 countries, Exela serves more than 4,000 customers, including over 60% of the Fortune 100. The company's offerings span across various sectors including finance, healthcare, and insurance, with a strong emphasis on integrating technology and operations.

The April 2024 Data Breach

In early April 2024, Exela Technologies experienced a significant data breach where sensitive information was exposed online by an unauthorized third party. This breach was linked to a previous cybersecurity incident that occurred in June 2022, which at the time, did not show evidence of data compromise according to forensic experts. However, recent findings have confirmed that personal data including names and Social Security numbers were indeed compromised.

  • Names
  • Social Security numbers

Your Rights and Next Steps

If your information was compromised in the Exela Technologies data breach, it's crucial to take immediate action to protect your identity. Here are some steps you can take:

  1. Monitor Your Accounts: Regularly review your bank and credit card statements for any unauthorized transactions.
  2. Credit Reports: Check your credit reports from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion for discrepancies. You can obtain a free report once a year at
  3. Fraud Alerts: Consider placing a fraud alert on your credit reports, which warns creditors to take extra steps to verify your identity before opening new credit accounts in your name.
  4. Credit Freeze: A more secure option is to place a credit freeze on your reports, which prevents creditors from accessing your credit report entirely without your permission.
  5. Identity Theft Protection Service: Utilize the complimentary two-year membership of Experian’s IdentityWorks provided by Exela to help monitor and resolve issues related to identity theft.

You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you've been affected by the Exela Technologies data breach, you may be entitled to compensation. Protecting your identity and personal information should be a priority, and you might have legal recourse. Lawyers are ready to help guide you through the process of securing your data and seeking any compensation you may be eligible for. Please consider filling out the below form to join a lawsuit and protect your rights.


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