Union Labor Life Insurance notifies 46,771 after laptop with personal info was stolen from their offices

Union Labor Life Insurance Co. (ULLICO) has notified 46,771 participants, dependents, and insurance applicants after a laptop with personal information was stolen from their Silver Spring, Maryland offices on February 17.  The theft was discovered on February 18.

In an FAQ on the incident, posted to their web site, ULLICO  indicates that the incident was promptly reported to the Montgomery County Police, and assigned case number 14008057.

The laptop contained personal information related to participants (including dependents) in benefit plans that purchased, or applied to purchase, medical stop loss or group life insurance policies from Union Labor Life during the approximate period of January 2012 through February 2014.

The personal information involved included the name, address and Social Security numbers of certain individuals, and in certain cases, personal health information used in the application process for medical stop loss and/or group life insurance coverage. The types of PHI was not indicated in the FAQ.

ULLILCO states they have no evidence that information has been misused, but is offering free credit monitoring and protection services through AllClear ID to those who were notified.

No information from the other Ullico Inc. affiliates, including Ullico Casualty Group, Inc., Ullico Investment Advisors, Inc. and Ullico Investment Company was involved in the incident.

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