An almost nine-year security breach at a big vision and dental insurer might have compromised the data of 95,000 Delawareans, or roughly 10% of the state’s inhabitants, based on the state’s insurance commissioner.
Dominion National, an insurer situated in Virginia, found in April that an unauthorized party may have reached servers containing enrollment information, demographic particulars and private information of consumers and suppliers. With the help of a cybersecurity agency, Dominion National decided that the unauthorized access may have occurred as early as August 25, 2010.
“Dominion National moved shortly to clean the affected servers,” the release mentioned. “Dominion National has no proof that any information was accessed, acquired, or misused.”
The information that was probably compromised includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers, taxpayer-identification numbers, bank accounts, and routing numbers and member ID numbers, among different personal information.
Dominion National started to notify current and former prospects of the potential breach on June 21 and is giving two years of free credit management and fraud protection providers for all individuals doubtlessly affected by the incident, in line with the Delaware Division of Insurance.
The state division has launched its investigation into the incident, in accordance with commissioner Trinidad Navarro, and a legislation firm in Philadelphia has declared it’s looking into possible claims for victims of the breach.
Meanwhile, Dominion National informed the division it has “carried out intensified monitoring and alerting software program” and is offering further assistance to customers via a website and incident hotline.