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Is your bank on this list?

Posted Date: Jan 30th, 2009 06:48 | Hits: 671

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First let me say that this list of banks are victims.  These are banks that have disclosed that they have been affected by the Heartland Systems Breach. 

Be aware that some experts are now saying that this breach is bigger than the TJX/TJ MAXX Breach which would make it the largest to date.  This breach has already resulted in a class action lawsuit and investigators are looking  closely at the timeline of breach, notification and other things.

I am providing the link to the list so you can have a heads up.  Also note that this list will likely grow as more banks/credit unions discover they are affected.  Again these banks have not done anything wrong, like the individual they are the victims of Heartland Systems

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pplcheryl63  Feb 13th, 2009
It's been announced that three arrests were made in Leon County Florida connected to stolen credit cards from the Heartland breach and that the list of affected banks now tops 220. Bank Info Security has a great interactive map you can use to find out if your bank is listed.

http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/heartland_breach.php

As it stands right now, banks in all states except Hawaii, West Virginia and Arizona have been affected. In addition to this Heartland Mess Both Bank info security and Datalossdb are reporting indications of another processing center breach not connected to Heartland.

http://datalossdb.org/incident_highlights/21-new-processor-breach

I will of course let you know more when they information becomes available

pplcheryl63  Feb 9th, 2009
And now for the latest update, another first.....Identity theft incidents actually being tied to a security breach. Several credit unions are reporting that multiple members have been a victim of fraud and tying it directly to this Heartland Breach.

http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/articles.php?art_id=1195

pplcheryl63  Feb 3rd, 2009
Sovereign Bank, Northeast U.S.;

Trustmark Bank, Jackson, MS;

Platte Valley Bank, Scottsbluff, NE;

Monroe Bank & Trust, Monroe, MI;

Bank of Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK;

BancFirst, Oklahoma City, OK;

CU Community Credit Union, Springfield, MO;

First Bank Blue Earth, Blue Earth, MN;

Wells Federal Bank, Wells, MN;

St. Mary's Bank, Manchester, NH;

Triangle Credit Union, Nashua, NH;

Bellwether Community Credit Union, Manchester, NH;

http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/articles.php?art_id=1187

More Banks come forward to say they are affected

State Employee's Credit Union (SECU), Raleigh, NC;
Innovations Federal Credit Union, Bay County, FL (400 cards);
Summit Federal Credit Union, Rochester, NY (500 cards);
The Bank of Fayetteville, Fayetteville AR;
Farmers and Merchants Bank, Stuttgart, AR;
Arkansas County Bank, Stuttgart, AR;
The Central National Bank and Trust Company of Enid, Enid OK, (1600);
Adams Bank & Trust, Grant, NE;
Valley Bank & Trust, Gering, NE (16).

pplcheryl63  Jan 31st, 2009
The thing to remember is in this particular case the banks and retailers are victims. And now more controversy about this breach:

http://information-security-resources.com/2009/01/29/did-heartland-ceo-make-insider-trades/

shaddock67  Jan 31st, 2009
Im shocked I still have my money in my bank since they went bankrupt, and the government collapsed. They got saved somehow, even though the UK has called Iceland terrorists. Yeah we are a threat. Going around clubbing and attacking people with fish and Ice clubs. hehehehehe

Frank McMillon  Jan 31st, 2009
My bank contacted me (it's member's) and no breach within their system. All is good on the homefront!

peaceful  Jan 30th, 2009
My bank(s) are not on the list, but this thing could change at any moment, so I would advise your readers to re-check your alert list daily....

C&B enterprises  Jan 30th, 2009
No my bank just stole 1200.00 dollars from my account I don't have to worry about the other people.


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