‘Numerous Weaknesses,’ ‘Inadequate Security Settings’ Found in Colorado Obamacare Exchange

Elizabeth Harrington reports:

The Obamacare health exchange in Colorado faced “numerous weaknesses” and had “inadequate security settings,” leaving the personal information of enrollees vulnerable, according to a new audit.

The inspector general for the Department of Health and Human Services publicly released its review of Connect for Health Colorado on Wednesday, revealing the exchange had inadequate security measures in place for more than a year.

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