Pacers Sports & Entertainment announced Friday that a “limited number of individuals” may have had their personal information exposed due to a recent email phishing incident. As of Friday, “PSE has not received any reports that personal information has been misused as a result of this incident.” PSE is individually notifying those whose information was involved, and is offering free access to credit monitoring and identity protection services.
The information in the emails may have included name, address, date of birth, passport number, medical and/or health insurance information, driver’s license/state identification number, account number, credit/debit card number, digital signature, and/or username and password. And “for a very small number of individuals,” a Social Security number may have been included.
An investigation revealed that a limited number of accounts were accessed without authorization at varying times between Oct. 15, and Dec. 4, 2018.
PSE encourages people to take advantage of the one free credit report allotted to them each year and advises that individuals can place a “security freeze” or fraud alert on their credit reports.