Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Maryland to share in $5.5M settlement for massive hack of Nationwide Ins. Co. files

A massive national data breach of the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. that impacted 12,655 Maryland residents in 2012 was the focus of a settlement announced Wednesday. Maryland’s Attorney General Brian E. Frosh said that he and the attorneys general of 32 other states, reached the settlement with the insurance giant and its subsidiary Allied Property & Casualty Insurance Co. that will pay $5.5 million to the states. The plaintiffs included Maryland, Washington, D.C., Arizona, Connecticut, Florida,…


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