The cyber security breach at Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield with its 80 million customers has brought increased scrutiny to security issues in the health care industry.
By all accounts, the breach of Anthem, an Indianapolis-based Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance company, was stunning.
Health insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to a host of personal information for customers and employees, including CEO Joseph Swedish.
They’re an innocent family under cyber attack — threatening phone calls in the middle of the night — bank account, social security and credit cards stolen — even the SWAT team surrounding their house.
Officials now say 56 million cards were compromised.
Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.
P.F. Changs China Bistro Ltd. is warning customers about a data breach at 33 of their stores nationwide, including one in Pittsburgh.
Cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 StubHub customers’ accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events through the online ticket reseller, a law enforcement official and the company said.
Even if you haven’t been affected by the Target data breach, but you have a PNC card – you’ll be getting a new one.
Minneapolis-based Target isn’t commenting on reports that a Pittsburgh-area heating and refrigeration company is being investigated as the possible portal through which computer hackers stole credit card numbers from 40 million of the store’s customers.
There are new details on the Target data breach.
Target’s pre-Christmas security breach was significantly more extensive and affected millions more shoppers than the company reported last month.