HONOLULU (KHON2) — The state will be collecting more than $156,000 for a data breach involving health insurance provider Anthem.
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In 2014, cyber thieves were able to collect the personal information of nearly 79 million Americans, including more than 43,000 Hawaii residents.
Anthem did not disclose the breach until a year later.
43 states sued the national insurer.
Anthem has agreed to a $39.5 million settlement.
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