TULSA, Okla. — QUICK FACTS:
- Broken Arrow city leaders say they are looking into a possible data breach on a third party online payment system used by the city.
- The city says they were made aware of a possible breach involving a third party software system Click2Gov. The system processes some payments for the city.
- Experts are working to learn the extent of this breach.
- The system is currently shutdown.
The city of Broken Arrow released a statement about the possible breach:
"The City of Broken Arrow takes cyber-security very seriously. The City works daily to secure its online systems to the highest extent possible and safeguarding its citizen's financial information is the City's highest priority. The City was made aware of a possible data breach involving Click2Gov, a third party payment software system that processes some payments on behalf of the City. The City is currently working with CentralSquare, the parent company of Click2Gov, and other third-party experts to determine the scope of the possible data breach. An investigation is ongoing. Once the investigation is complete, all potentially impacted parties will be notified as required by the law."
- FOX23 will continue to update this story with updates as we get them.
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