Perry & Associates recently learned that malware may have been deployed upon Perry & Associates' computer network. Upon learning of the incident, Perry & Associates commenced a prompt and thorough investigation and has been working closely with the IRS. Perry & Associates has devoted considerable time and exertion to determine whether node data was at peril as a result of the malware. The extensive forensic investigation concluded that a limited number of computer files may experience been compromised on November 18, 2017. Since completing the investigation, Perry & Associates concluded that because some computer files may have been compromised, an unknown individual may get had access, via those compromised computer documents, to personal information belonging to clients. Perry & Associates discovered on January 16, 2018 that the info available in the potentially compromised files included client full make and social surety number, and may have also included driver's license number and cant account information, to the extent that information was provided to Perry & Associates.