No data breach after laptop stolen

Southern Michigan Bank and Trust officials said it has not detected a data breach following an incident during which a laptop containing client information was stolen.
Bank chairman John Castle said the laptop was stolen from an employee’s vehicle April 10. It is password protected and an internal investigation has found the computer has not been accessed.
Its contents include customer names, and social security and checking account numbers. However, it does not include personal identification numbers or passcodes.
Castle said the bank will reissue debit cards and for 12 months offer credit monitoring at no cost to its customers.
He said the employee had the laptop in order to conduct work after business hours.

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