Employees at a sugar factory in Nampa may have had their personal information stolen by hackers.
Amalgamated Sugar bills itself as the second largest manufacturer of sugar from sugarbeets in the U.S. The factory is a familiar landmark off Interstate 84 in Nampa.
Last Thursday, the company found out it had been hacked. The hacker pretended to be Amalgamated’s CEO and mimicked his company email address. The hacker sent a phishing email to an employee asking for copies of personal information of workers.
The company has notified its employees as well as police, the Idaho Attorney General’s office, the Tax Commission, the IRS and the FBI.
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