Geico ‘aware’ of security issues, employees believe they were hacked


A Geico spokesperson confirmed with 7 News that MOVEit, an outside software program that Geico uses to transfer data to third-party vendors, was involved in a data breach. MOVEit told 7 News that the company disclosed the vulnerability on May 31, and deployed a patch the same day.

She said her social security number and her family’s social security number were shared with the company for her health insurance which she believes was then obtained by hackers. She added that her former co-workers have told her others are experiencing the same thing.

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