As you may know, on March 1, 2022, Community Bridges became aware of unusual activity within our computer network. We took prompt action to secure our network environment, and our team is working around the clock to restore access to systems and data in the most safe and secure manner possible.
We immediately initiated an internal investigation and contacted our cyber insurance carrier. As part of our cyber insurance incident response plan, we also engaged leading third-party cybersecurity experts and incident response counsel to assist with determining what happened and whether any personal information may have been accessed during the incident.
At this time, we cannot estimate when email and electronic systems access will be fully restored. We continue to provide full services to members of the community, and staff members remain available to you by phone and in person.
We want to assure you of our unfailing commitment to community members, business partners, and staff. The restoration and the protection of the data entrusted to us are of the highest priority. Our review of the incident is ongoing, but if it is determined that any personal information was accessed during the incident, we will provide notification to all impacted individuals consistent with relevant state and federal laws.
Please direct all questions or communications to Sarah Aiken at 603.226.3212 ext.251 or email@example.com. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work through this matter.
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For over 35 years, Community Bridges has provided the tools and support to individuals with disabilities, so they become welcomed and active contributors in our community, and that makes it a better place for everyone!
Our individual approach is focused on creating the best life possible for every individual we serve. From early childhood through all phases of life, people experiencing developmental disabilities or injuries have an advocate and caring partner to help them utilize their skills and talents to live a productive and rewarding life that they choose for themselves.
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Date: May 27th, 2022
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