French health insurance data leak: what to do if you are one of the 510,000 affected

Emma Morgan reports:

On March 17, it was revealed that the accounts of 19 healthcare staff had been hacked, causing the details of at least 510,000 people to be stolen.
France’s Caisse nationale d’assurance maladie (Cnam) health insurance body, which has now made a formal complaint, explained that “unauthorised people” had connected to the “Amelipro accounts” of the healthcare workers whose “email addresses had been compromised.”

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