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Data Breach – 95,000 Delawareans Impacted

June 26, 2019 DOVER, DE – The Delaware Department of Insurance recently received notice of a data security breach suffered by Dominion National, an insurer and administrator of dental and vision benefits. On April 24, 2019, through its investigation of an internal alert, Dominion National discovered that servers containing enrollment data, demographic details, and personal […]




19,000 Delaware Consumers Affected by Data Breach

As a result of multiple consumer complaints, the Delaware Department of Insurance has been made aware of a security breach, involving Summit Reinsurance Services, Inc. (“SummitRe”) and BCS Financial Corporation, both subcontractors of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware.




Delaware Residents May Be Affected by Anthem’s Data Breach

Anthem reports that as many as 62,051 Delaware residents may have had their personal information compromised due to the recently discovered hacking attack on the company’s computer systems.







 Pages Tagged With: "data breach"

Data Breach – 95,000 Delawareans Impacted

June 26, 2019 DOVER, DE – The Delaware Department of Insurance recently received notice of a data security breach suffered by Dominion National, an insurer and administrator of dental and vision benefits. On April 24, 2019, through its investigation of an internal alert, Dominion National discovered that servers containing enrollment data, demographic details, and personal […]




19,000 Delaware Consumers Affected by Data Breach

As a result of multiple consumer complaints, the Delaware Department of Insurance has been made aware of a security breach, involving Summit Reinsurance Services, Inc. (“SummitRe”) and BCS Financial Corporation, both subcontractors of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware.




Delaware Residents May Be Affected by Anthem’s Data Breach

Anthem reports that as many as 62,051 Delaware residents may have had their personal information compromised due to the recently discovered hacking attack on the company’s computer systems.