The health exchange that makes it easier for Connecticut residents to purchase Obamacare plans should do more to protect its customers’ personal data, according to a recent state audit, and also failed to report dozens of data breaches. security to state authorities.
Personal information was lost in 44 breaches at Access Health CT between July 2017 and March 2021, including a phishing scam that affected 1,100 people, according to the public accounts auditors’ early March report. But these failures were not reported to the auditor or the state comptroller’s office, which is required by law, according to the audit.
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