Oregon DMV Data Breach
What we know:
In June 2023, the Oregon DMV confirmed they were part of a global hack of the file transfer tool called MOVEit. An estimated 3.5 million driver’s license and identification card files were compromised. If you have an active Oregon driver's license, permit, or ID card, you should assume your personal information was exposed.
No Rivermark information has been compromised.
However, some of your personal data could be at risk. ODOT said that accessed information included dates of birth, physical addresses, and the last four digits of Social Security numbers, but no payment or financial information was part of the breach.
What can you do?
- Be extra vigilant with your account information. Beware of fraudulent attempts via phone, email, and text. As a reminder, Rivermark will NEVER call, text, or email you asking for your account number, SSN, card number, PINs, or Online Banking login information.
- Regularly check your credit reports
You’re entitled to a free copy of your credit report from the three major credit bureaus every 12 months. annualcreditreport.com/index.action
- Limit your exposure by checking your online accounts.
- Update your passwords
- Set-up multifactor authentication
- Check for any transactions that you do not recognize
- Set up transaction alerts on your accounts
- Consider a credit freeze https://rivermarkcu.balancepro.org/resources/articles/credit-report-fraud-alerts
- If you notice any unusual activity within your Rivermark accounts, please contact us right away.
We are continuing to closely monitor the situation, we are watching for suspicious activity, and we will continue to act on any new threats.
Online Security Resources
Rivermark takes the safety and security of your accounts very seriously, and we take extensive safeguards to protect your information and your funds. We urge you to visit our Security Resources page to learn about what you can do to further protect yourself against fraud and identify theft.