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Like the Anthem data breach, Premera Blue Cross was also victim of a cyber-attack. The data breach affected more than 11 million customers of Premera Blue Cross, Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska, and its affiliate brands: Vivacity and Connexion Insurance Solutions Inc. Those affected can find out more information at www.premeraupdate.com, including how […]