More fallout for the country’s second-largest health insurer, Anthem, after the company announced a massive data breach in early February potentially affecting 80 million of its customers. In Nebraska alone, more than 100,000 affected residents are being notified of the breach via mail. Experts now say the cyber-attack could be far worse than previous breaches affecting retail and home improvement stores. That’s because thieves were after personal information including Social Security numbers.
In the long run, providing your customers this heightened level of security will save time and money.
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