August 16, 2019: Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System
On 16 August 2019 an Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System ( “OLERS” ) employee’s credentials were compromised. Due to the access of this individual, after addressing the initial incident, OLERS launched an investigation and hired third-party investigators to confirm what information, if any, may have been accessed. The investigation revealed the information of as many as 3,796 individuals were potentially accessed. Notice was provided to impacted individuals. OLERS provided affected individuals with information regarding steps they can take to protect their information, including placing a credit freeze or fraud alert on their credit file, and complimentary credit monitoring services. OLERS also reported this incident to the FBI and has cooperated with its investigation.
|Agency||Incident Date||Type of Data||Number of Records||More Information|
|Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System||August, 2019||Personally Identifiable Information (PII)||3,796||Persons who think their information may have been compromised due to this breach should contact 1-405-522-4932 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CDT.|