In September 2015, the health insurer disclosed that it had suffered a major attack on its networks resulting in a leak of more than 10 million patient's records. The attack had actually happened two years earlier in late December 2013.
Personal data including names, birth dates, Social Security numbers and mailing addresses were taken as well as financial and claims information.
At least 12 lawsuits were filed in the weeks and months following the announcement.
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