Simmons Bank was founded in 1903 as a small organization in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The company grew into a sprawling company with over 200 locations in more than six states. The business employs over 2,800 individuals and manages over $27 billion in assets today.
Customers may have lost some or all of the following data in the breach.
Simmons Bank's vendor, Mayer Brown, had its information accessed through its vendor AMS Collaborator which had a breach by an unauthorized third party. AMS Collaborator offers a file-sharing service to Mayer Brown that houses some of the confidential files for Simmons Banks. When AMS Collaborator suffered from a breach, some of Simmons Banks's documents were accessed in the process.
The data breach occurred on September 21, 2022.
The breach has the potential to impact all Simmons Bank customers. While many customers were unaffected, those that were impacted by the breach could have had their credit negatively impacted. This is why Simmons Bank is offering 12 months of credit monitoring to any potential breach victims. If you received any information about the breach, you might be eligible for the credit monitoring service for free.
It's unclear how many files the breach affected overall. It's likely that the information from many customers was compromised in the breach.