Native shareholders' personal data exposed
Shareholders of Sealaska, an Alaska Native regional corporation, have been informed that their personal information has been exposed.

An employee with the information was the victim of theft, the corporation said. "We believe that unauthorized access to your name, address and Social Security number by the thieves is unlikely, but we cannot know for sure," Chris McNeil Jr., president and chief executive of Sealaska, said in a letter to shareholders.

Sealaska has arranged for credit monitoring services for shareholders.

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