Personal data of 68K members of California healthcare plan possibly compromised

Computerworld is reporting that the personal information of nearly 68,000 people belonging to CalOptima, a Medicaid managed healthcare plan serving Orange County, Calif., may be compromised after it was discovered that CDs containing the data are missing.

According to the report, the CDs contained names, addresses, dates of birth, as well as an unspecified amount of Social Security numbers.

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