Member Security Alerts
Data Breach — Sonic Drive-In (September 2017)
The Credit Union has been informed a number of Members are likely affected by the latest data breach involving Oklahoma-based Sonic Drive-In. The chain has 3,600 restaurants in 45 states.
While this matter is currently being investigated, security experts believe hackers infiltrated the chain’s point-of-sale (POS) terminals. It is unknown whether the breach affected only a small portion of Sonic Drive-In sites or the entire chain.
Your data with the Credit Union is safe and has not been compromised. Sonic Drive-In is solely responsible for this breach of their customers’ information. As a safety precaution, if you suspect that you have used your McKesson Employees' FCU debit/credit card at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant at any point, please contact us immediately at (800) 528-4301 to have your card(s) reissued.
Data Breach — Equifax (September 2017)
Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies, was involved in a massive data breach from mid-May through July that all enabled hackers to steal sensitive personal data of more than 143 million consumers. The data breached include names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and in some cases driver’s license numbers.
This is not a Credit Union compromise. As Members, we use information gathered from credit agencies such as Equifax to determine your qualification for various Credit Union products and services. Equifax is solely responsible for this breach of personal consumer data.
The Federal Trade Commission has posted a page specifically related to this Equifax breach — https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2017/09/equifax-data-breach-what-do. We encourage Members to read the information provided and take action on what to do to protect themselves from fraudulent activities as a result of this direct situation.