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ADP Statement on Allegedly Stolen Credentials by Criminal Ring

Date Most Recently Reported: August 06, 2014
Date Initially Reported: August 06, 2014

ADP is aware of media reports that a Russian criminal ring has allegedly stolen a large number of user names and passwords from numerous websites. We are not aware of any exposure of ADP client credentials at this time, but are currently investigating. We will update our clients if more information becomes available.

Although we are not requiring that ADP clients change their ADP passwords at this time, changing Internet passwords frequently is always good practice. If you have not changed your ADP and other passwords in some time, we encourage you to do so.

ADP continually investigates and monitors reported threats and malicious activities. Clients are encouraged to visit ADP’s security center to learn about ways they can learn how to help protect their data by clicking here or visiting: www.adp.com/who-we-are/data-security-and-privacy.aspx. Clients can report suspicious phishing e-mails to abuse@adp.com.

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