| Monica J. Lindeen
NAIC President and Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance
Seven members of the NAIC will lead the multi-state examination of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. and its affiliates. This examination was triggered after Anthem reported being a victim of a cybercrime discovered in late January 2015. The hack may have exposed as many as 80 million past and current Anthem customers to identity theft.
"While the criminal investigation runs its course, we will act now to assist and protect consumers," said NAIC President and Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen. "We'll work to identify those affected, assure that they receive appropriate protections, and continue our efforts to improve the industry's cybersecurity."
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