Premera Blue Cross accused of destroying evidence in data breach lawsuit

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

The plaintiffs of a class-action lawsuit against health insurance provider Premera Blue Cross are accusing the organization of “willfully destroying” evidence that was crucial for establishing accurate details in a security breach incident.

In court documents filed last week obtained by ZDNet, plaintiffs claim that Premera intentionally destroyed a computer that was in a key position to reveal more details about the breach, but also software logs from a security product that may have shown evidence of data exfiltration.

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