Community Powered Federal Credit Union, or CPFCU is a credit union located in Bear, Delaware. The bank services more than 8,000 members and handles over $130 million from its clients. It has a corporate office as well as several full-service branches that are available to local customers to use.
The Community Powered Federal Credit Union breach occurred because an unauthorized person accessed an employee's email account for several weeks. During that time, the person could have accessed confidential emails and attachment files containing personal and professional information.
The Community Powered Federal Credit Union breach began on June 23 and persisted until July 8, 2022. The attack was only on a single email address, but the unauthorized access went unnoticed for several weeks.
The Community Powered Federal Credit Union data breach impacts customers of the bank whose information was within the email account that was compromised. You'll know if you were impacted by this breach if you receive a notice from the bank about it. If you do receive a notice, you have an Experian credit monitoring service available to you for free. Take advantage of this service to safeguard your credit and protect yourself from fraud.
Hundreds of documents and emails were made accessible during the CPFCU data breach. A large number of bank customers could have been compromised by this attack for that reason.