Last Updated: August 20, 2022
Dayton Superior Corporation (“DSC”) values our customers and employees and understands the importance of protecting personal information.
On July 24, 2022, DSC received an alert from an internal security tool that certain databases and files were being encrypted as part of a cyberattack. Upon learning of the incident, DSC’s internal IT team moved quickly to isolate the intrusion, and we promptly engaged leading security experts to help assess and remediate the cyberattack. We proactively notified federal law enforcement authorities of this incident and are assisting in their investigation.
The DSC files and records that were compromised by this cyberattack included “HR data,” such as personnel files and an employee’s participation in the company’s benefits programs. Accordingly, the personal information relates to current and former employees, and potentially their beneficiaries and dependents, and includes sensitive personal data.
Based on the measures that we have implemented and the actions we have taken, there is no indication that any such sensitive personal data related to our current or former employees has been misused or will be misused in the future. However, DSC is providing complimentary credit monitoring services to those current and former employees (and their immediate family members) who have been impacted by this cybersecurity incident.
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CONTACT INFORMATION. We have established a dedicated call center to answer questions you may have about this incident, which you can reach at 877-565-7706, Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (EST).
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Other Resources. Please see this additional data security information sheet that describes other personal data safeguards and programs that may be available to you.
FAQ. Please see our FAQ that seeks to address questions about this incident, including information on how to enroll in our credit monitoring services.