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Insurance Company Data Breach Attorneys

In late May 2023, hundreds of insurance companies all over the world became victims of a major data breach that left millions of people with their private information exposed on the dark web. As investigators scramble to stop those responsible for the online attacks, millions of people have been left wondering what they can do to protect themselves from the cyberattack. If you’ve been affected or suspect your information was stolen during one of the recent insurance company data breaches, we may be able to help you. To learn more information, contact a Morgan & Morgan attorney by completing our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.

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  • Which Insurance Companies Are Affected by the Data Breach?

    Earlier this year, hundreds of companies had their data accessed by an unauthorized user group, exposing clients' private information. Below, we have provided you with a comprehensive list of the insurance companies affected by these data breaches:

    • Athene Annuity & Life Assurance Co.
    • Annuity Investors Life Insurance Co.
    • American National Insurance Co.
    • Brighthouse Life Insurance Co.
    • Clear Spring Life and Annuity Company
    • Delaware Life Insurance Company
    • Fidelity Life Assoc.
    • Fidelity & Guaranty Life Insurance Co.
    • GEICO
    • Genworth Life Insurance Company
    • Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance Co.
    • Genworth Life Insurance Co. of NY
    • Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware
    • Humana
    • MassMutual Ascend Life Insurance Co.
    • Manhattan National Life Insurance Co.
    • Nassau Life and Annuity Co.
    • Progressive Casualty Insurance
    • RiverSource Life Insurance Co.
    • Sun Life and Health Insurance Co.
    • Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada
    • Teachers Insurance and Annuity Assoc.
    • Texas Life Insurance Co.
    • Talcott Resolution Life Insurance Co.
    • Talcott Resolution Life and Annuity Ins. Co.
    • The Independent Order of Foresters
    • TransAmerica Life Insurance Co.
    • Unum
    • Wilcac Life Insurance Co.  
    • Wilton Reassurance Company
    • Wilton Reassurance Life Co. of NY

          
    If you are enrolled with one or more of the insurance companies listed above, your private information may have been accessed by an unauthorized party. For more information regarding the data breach and if you have been or suspect your information may have been accessed, we highly encourage you to contact a Morgan & Morgan attorney today. 

  • How Many People Were Affected by the Data Breach?

    According to the most recent reports, nearly 40 million people, including patients, administrators, and more, were affected by the recent data breaches. However, the number is expected to rise in the coming months as the number of companies affected by these data breaches continues to grow. If you are or suspect you are one of the 40 million affected by the recent insurance company data breaches, our law firm may be able to help you. Contact our law firm today to have your case evaluated by one of our attorneys at no cost to you. 

  • Who is Behind the Recent Insurance Company Data Breaches?

    According to reports by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), CLOP, aka CL0P, Ransomware, is behind the recent insurance company data breaches. CLOP is a member of the “Cryptomix ransomware” family. More specifically, CLOP is a dangerous file-encrypting malware that intentionally exploits vulnerable systems and encrypts saved files with the “.Clop” extension. Earlier this year, CLOP claimed responsibility for the insurance company hacks and has listed alleged victims since June 14th. 

    A report released by the CISA on March 23rd, 2023, claims that CLOP targeted several of the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services groups worldwide, including the United States, Canada, and Sweden. For more information about who is responsible for the insurance company data breaches, contact a Morgan & Morgan attorney today. 

  • What is the MOVEit Data Breach?

    MOVEit is a managed file transfer software product produced by Ipswitch, Inc.(Progress), an IT management software developer headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. In 2023, the CLOP ransomware group attacked MOVEit Transfer, robbing its customers of sensitive data. MOVEit's transfer system is used by organizations all over the world to ship large amounts of often sensitive data, including pension information, social security numbers, medical records, billing data, and more. 

    Due to the number of companies around the world who use their system to handle not only their own data but those of who they work with, the tangle of webs within this breach is more complicated than officials initially believed. To learn more information behind the MOVEit data breach, contact a Morgan & Morgan attorney. 

  • What Information Was Accessed During the Data Breach?

    After an internal investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), they were able to determine that an unauthorized party accessed the following information: 

    • Addresses
    • Authorization information 
    • Claim information
    • Dates of birth
    • Diagnosis and procedure codes 
    • Member ID numbers
    • Names
    • Social Security numbers

    If you were or suspect your private information was accessed during an insurance company data breach, our attorneys may be able to help you. To learn more information on the data breaches or if you have questions regarding your next steps, contact a Morgan & Morgan insurance company data breach attorney today.

  • What Is a Data Breach?

    As defined by the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), a data breach is “any security incident in which unauthorized parties gain access to sensitive data or confidential information.” This information may include but is not limited to, Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, and healthcare data. It can also include corporate data such as customer data records, intellectual property, and financial information. Using this stolen data, unauthorized parties use your stolen information to commit crimes like identity theft, ruin credit, and other frauds that can destabilize the life of any individual.

  • How Can I Protect My Information After a Data Breach?

    Victims who have had their information stolen due to an insurance company data breach or suspect their personal information may have been accessed by an unauthorized party should take these precautions to ensure their private information is not used against them. First, victims should notify their bank regarding their stolen information so that any strange purchases, withdrawals, or actions on their accounts are flagged. Next, victims should freeze their credit report to avoid any credit cards or other impacting actions being taken against their social security numbers.

    Once their information is secured, victims should closely monitor their accounts and request credit reports to ensure no one is using their personal information. For added security, victims of a data breach should enroll in identity theft recovery services. For more information about what you can do to further protect yourself before or after an insurance company data breach, contact a Morgan & Morgan attorney today.

  • Can I Afford To Hire a Morgan & Morgan Insurance Company Data Breach Attorney?

    When you decide to work with a Morgan & Morgan attorney, you will never have to worry if you will be able to afford legal representation. At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys work on a contingency, meaning we only get paid if we win your case. Our attorney's fees will only ever come out of your settlement or court-awarded compensation and never out of your pocket. For over 35 years, we’ve helped our clients get the compensation they deserve. For more information regarding how you can afford to hire a Morgan & Morgan attorney, complete our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.

  • What Happens When I Hire a Morgan & Morgan Attorney?

    After you have completed our free case evaluation form, our legal support staff will overview your case details and contact you to determine whether or not your case is eligible to join the lawsuit. After you have completed the preliminary interview process, you will be directed to the appropriate department, where your attorney and legal team will begin working on your case. Your attorney will work with leading experts and leave no stone unturned when investigating your data breach case.

    For over 35 years, our law firm has been helping victims of data breaches get the justice they deserve after insurance companies allowed third-party companies to ensure the safety of their client's private information rather than ensure their safety themselves. When you decide to work with our law firm, we ensure all your bases are covered. Our attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the best possible outcome for those who trust us with their cases, and we want to help you too.

    Contact a Morgan & Morgan insurance company data breach attorney today for more information.

  • In order to reach a Morgan & Morgan insurance data breach attorney, all you have to do is complete our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today. If you or someone you know has been affected by an insurance data breach, we may be able to help you. Contact a Morgan & Morgan insurance company data breach attorney today for more information.

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