"This is a very serious issue - one that will affect individuals for many years to come," states Paul Ferron.
ADAMS COUNTY, Wisc. (PRWEB) August 21, 2018
On Monday, August 10, 2018, it was released that Adams County in Wisconsin had a data breach that lasted almost six years. Adams County, Wisconsin announced that they have discovered a data breach of potentially all of their 250,000 + residents.
Adams County released the following statement:
“If you had given the county any of your personal identifying information (PII), personal health information (PHI), or tax intercept information (TII) to any of the departments in the county, including veterans service office, extension office, county employees, health and human services, child support, and the sheriff’s office, you were more than likely included in the data breach.”
LibertyID, is the leading provider of identity theft restoration services, boasting a 100% success rate in restoring their subscribers’ identities, often times in 40 days or less. LibertyID is an active member of the Governor of California’s Cybersecurity Task Force and provides identity theft restoration services to military veteran organizations across the country.
LibertyID is currently working with Adams County officials to develop a solution for all of those affected by this insidious data breach.
“This is a very serious issue – one that will affect individuals for many years to come,” states Paul Ferron, Vice President of LibertyID. “We are the leader in identity theft restoration, having restored tens of thousands of individuals – without a failure. This is a powerful example of how credit monitoring is useless.”
In addition, LibertyID will be providing their comprehensive restoration services to all Military Veterans living in Adams County.