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[Dataloss] North Dakota Humana information theft case settled
From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Tue Oct 31 2006 - 20:06:22 CST
Humana Inc. has agreed to pay for up to two years of credit report
monitoring for North Dakota customers who may have had their private
financial information stolen, Insurance Commissioner Jim Poolman said.
The settlement was in response to two unrelated incidents in which
personal information about Humana customers, including Social Security
numbers and birth dates, were taken.
In one incident, Medicare drug benefit applications were stolen last May
from an insurance agent's unlocked car in Brooklyn Park, Minn., a suburb
In June, an employee of the federal Department of Health and Human
Services discovered a spreadsheet on a Baltimore hotel computer that
included the names of about 17,000 Humana customers. A Humana employee had
called up the information and then failed to delete it.
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