An employee at MNsure, Minnesota's new online health insurance exchange, accidentally distributed confidential information about more than 2,400 insurance agents.
MNsure officials acknowledged mishandling private information. They said the employee sent an e-mail to the office of an Apple Valley insurance broker on Thursday afternoon that contained Social Security numbers, names, business addresses and other identifying information.
The employee realized her mistake and immediately called the broker, Jim Koester. Then a MNsure security manager called to walk Koester and his assistant through the process of deleting the file from their computer hard drives. Koester told the Star Tribune he willingly complied but was unnerved by what happened.
"The more I thought about it, the more troubled I was," he said. "What if this had fallen into the wrong hands? It's scary. If this is happening now, how can clients of MNsure be confident their data is safe?"
I would get a lawyer and sue this individual for so much money, his, or her, grandchildren will be selling their kidneys to pay it off.
Their data is NOT SAFE no ones data will be safe or confidential ever with this out of control monster,defund the dam thing NOW!!!
This was no accident and the info will b used against the insured. These criminals r working for the criminal pres. The info got out and is being kept by the nsa for hussein obama.
Your data is not safe and this is only the beginning of why. What do you think will happen when the IRS is fully in charge under Learner?
JUST DE-FUND IT ----DONE!