Hatch Bank reported a data breach after threat actors stole the personal information of almost 140,000 customers from the company’s Forta GoAnywhere MFT secure file-sharing platform. On January 29th, Forta experienced a cyber incident when they learned of a vulnerability that was impacting their systems. On February 3rd, Hatch Bank learned their files contained on the Forta system were part of the breach. Hatch Bank says they conducted a review of the data that was stolen and determined that customers’ names and social security numbers were stolen by the attackers. Though it has not been publicly disclosed by Forta or Hatch Bank, the Clop ransomware group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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