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March, 2017 Incident: Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

Friday, March 17, 2017


A third-party vendor database used by 10 states, including Oklahoma, was breached. American Job Link Alliance (AJLA) develops, operates and manages the compromised database and website application. The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) and the Office of Workforce Development both use the website application. The JobLink system is a standalone system and is not linked to any other State of Oklahoma systems. AJLA’s investigation determined 430,679 users in Oklahoma were affected. AJLA will notify all users whose account information was compromised and set up a call center to field questions.

The system has been fixed and secured by AJLA, and the scope of the breach was evaluated by a third-party vendor, RSA, which performed forensic analysis, and is working with the FBI.

Agency Incident Date Type of Data Number of Records More Information

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

Office of Workforce Development

March, 2017

User account information, including names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers

430,679 users

Users who think their information may have been compromised due to this breach should contact AJLA at or toll free at 1-844-469-3939 from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. CDT Monday through Friday.

Last Modified on Jun 23, 2022
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