Hackers stoke the personal info of Congress members in 'extraordinary' heist that could put them at 'great risk'

Posted on AllSides March 9th, 2023
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Hackers who broke into a Washington, D.C. health insurance marketplace stole sensitive personal data on members of Congress, their employees and family and the size and scope of the impact “could be extraordinary,” House leadership says. DC Health Link, which runs the exchange, said an unspecified number of customers were affected and it was notifying them and working with law enforcement to quantify the damage. It said it was offering identity theft service to those affected and extending credit monitoring to all customers. Some 11,000 of the exchange’s more than...

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