MNsure looks to reassure: Board meets to respond to publicized data breach
ST. PAUL — Officials of Minnesota’s new health-insurance marketplace want to send a message that they will protect private information, an effort to counter a highly publicized data breach.
A Friday MNsure board meeting was called to respond to a Sept. 12 incident in which private information of nearly 1,600 insurance brokers (not 2,400 as MNsure originally said) was mistakenly emailed to an insurance agent.
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