By Linda McGlasson
February 2, 2009
Nine more institutions have come forward and informed their customers
that their credit or debit cards were among those compromised in the
Heartland Payment Systems (HPY) breach.
Heartland, the sixth-largest payments processor in the U.S., announced
on Jan. 20 that its processing systems were breached in 2008, exposing
an undetermined number of consumers to potential fraud.
The latest institutions to announce their connection to the breach are:
* State Employee's Credit Union (SECU), Raleigh, NC;
* Innovations Federal Credit Union, Bay County, FL (400 cards);
* Summit Federal Credit Union, Rochester, NY (500 cards);
* The Bank of Fayetteville, Fayetteville AR;
* Farmers and Merchants Bank, Stuttgart, AR;
* Arkansas County Bank, Stuttgart, AR;
* The Central National Bank and Trust Company of Enid, Enid OK, (1600);
* Adams Bank & Trust, Grant, NE;
* Valley Bank & Trust, Gering, NE (16).
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