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Class-action suit over cyber breach hits Keenan & Associates
By Lonce Lamonte - February 7, 2024

A data breach that attacked and came on against Keenan & Associates may have affected more than 1.5 million individuals.

Keenan & Associates is facing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of clients alleging that the brokerage failed to provide sufficient cyber security measures.   This data breach occurred in 2022 and the allegation is that Keenan was too slow to communicate the information about the event.

The law suit, Matthew Rutledge, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. Keenan & Associates, was filed on February 2nd 2024 in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. The cyber breach occurred last summer. Keenan gave notification to affected individuals on or about January 26th.  

The allegation in the suit states that the breach was directly a result of Keenan & Associates’ failure to implement adequate cybersecurity procedures and protocols necessary to protect the private information of consumers.

In addition, “Keenan has acknowledged that the cybersecurity attack occurred at various times between August 21, 2023, and August 27, 2023, but that it waited until January 26, 2024, to begin contacting Class Members,” the suit reads.

The suit is seeking punitive, statutory, and actual damages; also, it demands attorneys’ fees, costs, and credit monitoring services, and other miscellany., Lonce Lamonte, journalist


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