Aetna site hacked; 65,000 to receive credit monitoring
Hartford Courant, May 28, 2009
Aetna Inc. will offer free credit monitoring for a year to about 65,000 people after some e-mails were copied from the health insurer's job application website. Hartford-based Aetna said Social Security numbers of current and former employees and people who received job offers from the company were stored on the website, which was maintained by an outside vendor.
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