Was my financial and personal information compromised?

The city cannot determine with certainty that personal information has not been compromised in the cyberattack. The personal information that may have been obtained by the hackers includes individuals’ first and last names; social security number, driver license number, or other identification number; bank account number, credit card number, or debit card number. This is why the city is offering LifeLock services to affected individuals.

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1. I received a letter in the mail about the cyberattack. Is this legitimate?
2. I received a letter and would like to take advantage of the free year of LifeLock Defender™. How can I do that?
3. I tried to activate my free year of LifeLock Defender™ using the access code in my letter, but it is not working. What should I do?
4. Was my financial and personal information compromised?
5. How did the city obtain my data?
6. What actions have been taken by the city in response to this incident?
7. Has anyone experienced fraud or theft as a result of this incident?
8. Why has it taken so long to notify me?