Nationwide Mutual Defeats Data-Breach Class Actions
The October 2012 cyberattack exposed sensitive information about policyholders and those who requested insurance quotes from the company, according to the complaints. Consumers’ names, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, birth dates, marital statuses, genders, occupations, and employers’ names and addresses were allegedly stolen.
Nationwide was accused of not following basic security protocols...
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