Carvin Software is a construction and consulting software company that delivers software-based solutions to customers throughout the United States. The company has a large user-base and a significant number of those users were just hit by a data breach. Carvin suffered from a recent data breach that could do serious damage to its customers.
The Carvin data breach occurred because one person broke into the file servers for the company. Once inside the file network, the attackers began copying confidential documents over. The documents were transferred over where they could be used in damaging ways.
The Carvin Software breach occurred between February 22 and March 9, 2023. It wasn't until March 9 that the company noticed there was a network issue, and until that point, the company didn't know an intrusion was occurring.
This Carvin Software data breach impacts the customers of the company. Other business owners and individuals that use software made by the company could have their financial and personal data exposed because of this breach.
There is no Carvin file count associated with this breach. We know that at least 187,360 people were impacted by this breach overall. It's likely that many people were exposed from the same documents and that large spreadsheets of data were stolen in the breach. If you get a notice about this breach, you should invest in credit monitoring services and take immediate steps to check your credit and finances.