New Zealand health insurer Accuro says it’s been hacked, can’t rule out customers’ data being accessed

NewsHub reports:

The company said in a statement there was not yet evidence of personal health data being compromised but it could not be ruled out.

“Our IT provider is working with their own forensic experts and Government agencies to understand the nature and extent of the impact. We have also notified the relevant regulatory authorities including the Office of the Privacy Commissioner,” Accuro said. “At this stage, we have no evidence that any Accuro data has been compromised but we cannot rule out this possibility. Our current focus is working with our IT provider to investigate and understand the situation further.”

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