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    Quest Diagnostic Hack Exposes Your Health Data

    Quest Diagnostic released a statement saying that on November 26, 2016, “an unauthorized third party” hacked their servers and was able to access to names, dates of birth, and lab results and sin ome instances for 34,000 customers.

    If your account was one of the affected accounts, Quest will notify you by mail. You can also contact them at 888-320-9970. This is a dedicated phone number set up to deal with this issue.



    One piece of good news: The company says that stolen data did not include Social Security numbers, financial information (like credit card numbers), or details on your health insurance.

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    Better than them just dumping a bunch of files in the trash for all the world to see. But still shows the continuing issues of securing our privacy in a continually more digitized world.

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    Stories like this make me wonder why identity monitoring insurance is not more common.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creditwatcher View Post
    Stories like this make me wonder why identity monitoring insurance is not more common.
    Because they are more expensive than the benefit conferred is worth.

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