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Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth of America, Inc. Warns Of Data Breach Event

Specialized Alternatives Data Breach Event
Published: November 28, 2020
By: Paul
Last Updated on January 14, 2022

Data Security Event: Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth of America, Inc. (Delphos, OH)

Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth of America, Inc. (SAFY) announced on September 11, 2020, that a data security incident affecting the email accounts of some employees may have permitted the personal information of certain individuals to be accessed by unauthorized parties.

The breach was first discovered after SAFY was alerted to a scam that involved fraudulent job postings on their behalf listed on Following this discovery, a 3rd party cybersecurity & forensic specialist firm was hired to conduct a thorough internal investigation.

The comprehensive scope of the investigation uncovered the specific SAFY employee accounts which had been compromised. It also found that the unauthorized admissions into SAFYs systems had occurred between February 25th and June 23rd of the same year. Regrettably, the analysis was unable to determine exactly how much information had been illicitly impacted.

However, since the compromised email accounts were known, SAFY was able to determine which segments of sensitive data were affected and the potential pool of individuals who may have been affected. As early as August 27, 2020, SAFY had obtained a final list of victims and confirmed their identities.

In their notice to affected persons, SAFY stated that the full name, as well as other data elements, may have been retrieved. There is no current evidence to suggest that the data has been misused.


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Saeed & Little To Investigate Alleged Data Breach At SAFY America, Inc.

Mr. Saeed, of the Saeed & Little Law Firm, has pronounced that his team is currently investigating the data privacy incident that occurred at Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth of America, Inc. in the first half of 2020.

Mr. Saeed and his experienced legal support staff are gathering as many details as possible regarding the specific data points which may have been breached, as well as the number of individuals affected by this incident.

Has A Data Breach Lawsuit Been Filed Against SAFY?

The experienced data privacy attorneys at Saeed & Little, LLP have not taken conclusive legal action in the matter of the data breach incident at SAFY.

However, Mr. Saeed is confident that his team possesses the experience necessary to answer the questions of individuals who have been affected by data breach incidents. As passionate defenders of consumer rights, the attorneys that form part of their data privacy law team are devoted to ensuring that victims have access to avenues through which they may pursue justice and achieve compensation for damages.

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