TSEA members have contacted the association with concerns about the recent data breach experienced with TCRS data transferred through data vendors PBI and MoveIt. We have shared our member concerns directly with TCRS leadership, so they know members’ frustrations and fear about releasing their personal information.
TCRS understands this should never happen and continue to look at additional safeguards. Below are links to additional information about the data breach. TSEA encourages retired members affected by the breach to take advantage of the credit monitoring and identity theft protection.
Press release regarding the data security breach:
Notification letters, FAQs, and resources:
We will continue to keep this page up to date with additional resources.
NOTE: PBI will be offering impacted retirees and beneficiaries 12 months of credit monitoring and identity restoration services provided by Kroll. A letter from PBI with information on how to use these services will be sent to all 171,836 retirees and beneficiaries whose data was accessed as part of this breach. TCRS and TSEA strongly encourage affected members to take advantage of this resource.
Kroll will be establishing a hotline number for all retirees and beneficiaries whose data was accessed as part of this cyber security breach. This number will be provided through the letter sent by PBI no later than July 28, 2023.