The cyberattack of Philadelphia midsize law firm Stevens & Lee has grown to include 23,066 people whose personal information was potentially compromised, including customers of the firm’s financial institution clients, according to public records.

The new figure, revealed in notices to authorities last month, is a sharp increase from the 344 potentially impacted individuals reported by the 185-lawyer firm in December as a result of the June 2021 cyber attack.

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