Last Updated: April 28, 2023
At Dayton Superior Corporation (“DSC,” “we,” “us”) we value our customers and employees and understand the importance of protecting personal information. Unfortunately, DSC was recently the subject of a cybersecurity attack, and certain personal data within our custody and control may have been compromised. However, based on the measures we have implemented, there is no evidence that any personal data has been, or will be, misused. Yet, out of an abundance of caution, we are offering our current and former employees credit monitoring services, and please below for enrollment information.
What Happened? In March 2023, we were informed that a group that launched a cyberattack against DSC a few weeks earlier, stole DSC data that was in our custody and control. We have proactively notified the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of this incident and hope that our law enforcement agencies will investigate this matter and bring these criminals to justice. In addition to notifying the FBI, we have filed reports with applicable state regulatory authorities regarding the nature and scope of this cybersecurity incident.
What Personal Data Was Impacted? The DSC data files and records that were compromised by this cyberattack included “HR data,” such as personnel files and data regarding employees’ 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.
What Does this Mean to Me? Because of the measures we have taken to date, there is no indication that any sensitive personal data related to our current or former employees has been misused or will be misused in the future. However, as a protective measure, DSC is providing complimentary credit monitoring services to those current and former employees and their immediate family members who may 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 888-574-5904, 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.