Since February 2018, Iowans have been affected by cybersecurity breaches of three different organizations, including one insurance agency based in the state, the Iowa attorney general’s office reports. First Iowa Insurance Agency Inc., which reported the breach in January, reports that the personal information of 533 Iowa residents may have been accessed through an employee’s email account Oct. 4-8 in 2018. North Country Business Products Inc., based in Minnesota, reported malware was deployed to 142 business partner restaurants Jan. 3-24, which collected debit and credit card information from four Dunn Brothers Coffee locations in Bettendorf, Burlington, Coralville and Davenport. In April, Key West Hotels LLC reported malware installed on the Key Ambassador Resort Inn front desk computer system from Feb. 7 through Dec. 13, 2018, involving files that may have contained names, addresses, phone numbers and payment information; the company did not disclose how many Iowans may have been affected.