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From: Michael Hill, CITRMS (mhillidtexperts.com)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2008 - 20:52:33 CDT
Here we go again. Doling out credit monitoring when there's the real
possibility of WellPoint customers becoming medical identity theft victims.
Again, I ask what is it about someone using your medical information that
would ever make a company think that it would be detected by credit
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----- Original Message -----
From: "lyger" <lygerattrition.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 6:40 PM
Subject: [Dataloss] IN: WellPoint Customer Information Exposed
> Personal information that may have included Social Security numbers and
> pharmacy or medical data for about 128,000 WellPoint Inc. customers in
> several states was exposed online over the past year, the health insurer
> said Tuesday.
> WellPoint, which has had other data security issues in the past, recently
> learned about the problem, fixed it and is notifying customers,
> spokeswoman Shannon Troughton said. The nation's largest health insurer by
> membership is offering free credit-monitoring services for those
> customers, but has received no reports of identity theft or credit fraud.
> The latest security lapse stems from two servers maintained by an outside
> vendor that Troughton declined to identify. The vendor specializes in data
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