The interesting thing about the Anthem breach is that the bad guys are looking for new places to find data, such as medical information, says Claire Terrell, vice president, marketing, for Legal Shield in Dallas.
By Alan Goforth|April 01, 2015 at 08:00 PM|The original version of this story was published on Benefitspro Magazine
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“The interesting thing about the Anthem breach is that the bad guys are looking for new places to find data, such as medical information,” says Claire Terrell, vice president, marketing, for Legal Shield in Dallas.
The Anthem and Sony attacks demonstrate that cyber thieves are broadening their targets, says Nick Rockwell, director of benefit solutions, for LifeLock in Tempe, Arizona.
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