Posted On May 21, 2023 Consumer Privacy & Data Breaches
May 21 – Carvin Software, LLC (Carvin) reported a data breach on behalf of On Demand Staffing, Inc. on May 17, 2023, after discovering that sensitive customer information had been accessed by an unauthorized third party. According to Carvin’s breach notification letter, an unknown party was able to acquire access to consumers’ names, financial account information, and Social Security numbers. Once it was determined that customer information had been compromised, Carvin started sending out data breach notification letters on behalf of On Demand Staffing to all affected parties.
Console & Associates, P.C.’s data breach lawyers are now investigating the Carvin Software incident. Schedule a free consultation with us if you’ve received a notification of a data breach and want to know what to do next and whether or not you’re eligible for financial compensation from Carvin Software.
Temporary staffing firm On Demand Staffing, Inc. serves corporate clients in the janitorial, warehousing, construction and demolition, event, manufacturing, and auto auction sectors. On Demand Staffing has its headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, and also has offices in Lafayette, Louisiana; Dallas, Texas; and Austin, Texas. The yearly sales for On Demand Staffing is close to $13 million, and the company employs more than 32 individuals.
Located in Gilbert, Arizona, Carvin Software, LLC is a software development firm that specializes in making software for a wide variety of companies’ needs. Arborsoft and Staffing Complete are Carvin Software’s two flagship offerings. Since its founding in 2008, Carvin Software has grown to employ over 25 employees and produce yearly sales exceeding $5 million.
Carvin Software reportedly discovered suspicious behavior on March 9, 2023, and reported it to the California Attorney General’s office. The business took immediate action by isolating the compromised servers, beefing up security across the board, and opening an inquiry into the matter.
On Demand Staffing is just one of the many staffing agencies that benefit from Carvin Software’s software and consulting services.
According to information provided by Carvin Software, data was accessed on the company’s computer network sometime between February 22, 2023 and March 9, 2023. Some of the exposed files included sensitive information given to Carvin by On Demand Staffing, as verified by Carvin after the fact.
After learning that users’ private information had fallen into the wrong hands, On Demand Staffing launched a thorough investigation of the stolen files to ascertain what data had been exposed and how many consumers had been affected. Your name, financial account information, and Social Security number may have been compromised, though details may vary by person.
Carvin Software, acting on behalf of On Demand Staffing, sent notification letters of a data breach to all affected persons on May 17, 2023.
As a consumer, you probably had no concerns about providing Carvin Software with your personal information, as you believed it to be a trusted organization. This data breach raises concerns about the capacity of Carvin Software’s ability to protect your private information. When dealing with consumer data, the organization must use the utmost care and security. If you have been informed that you were affected by the data breach, you may be eligible to file a claim for damages against Carvin Software.
The consumer privacy lawyers at Console & Associates, P.C. help customers affected by data and security breaches pursue legal solutions by offering free consultations. By explaining your rights in clear, concise terms, we help you make an informed decision about your next steps. If you are a victim of the On Demand Staffing, Inc. data breach, Console & Associates, P.C. will investigate at no charge to you and offer advice on how to proceed. If you decide to pursue a case, rest assured that we don’t get paid unless you do. If your claim is successful, legal fees are either paid out of the funds recovered or by the defendant. If your claim is not successful, you pay nothing.