Data Breach

The Edlong Corporation 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 The Edlong Corporation 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.

What Happened?

On April 21, 2024, The Edlong Corporation detected unusual activity in its network, which was later identified as a cybersecurity incident. A thorough investigation revealed that unauthorized access had occurred, leading to potential exposure of personal information. The types of consumer information exposed include:

  • Name
  • Mailing address
  • Date of birth
  • Social Security number

Your Rights and Next Steps

If you believe your information was compromised in this breach, it's crucial to take action to protect your identity. Here are some steps you can take:

  1. Monitor your financial accounts for any unauthorized transactions.
  2. Consider placing a fraud alert on your credit reports.
  3. Think about implementing a credit freeze to prevent new credit accounts from being opened in your name.
  4. Use the credit monitoring services offered by Edlong, which can alert you to changes in your credit file.

Furthermore, it's advisable to stay informed about your legal rights in this situation. Data breach victims may have the right to compensation due to failures in protecting consumer data.

You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If your data was exposed in the Edlong Corporation data breach, you might be entitled to compensation. Lawyers are ready to help you understand your rights and guide you through the process of securing what you may be owed. Protecting your identity and personal information is paramount, and legal assistance can be a valuable resource in these efforts.

To join the lawsuit or to learn more about how you can claim compensation, please complete the form below. Taking action can help ensure your rights are upheld and might provide financial relief for any damages suffered due to the breach.


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