Hackers infiltrate insurer Anthem, access customer details

Anthem Hack
FILE - This Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 file photo shows the Anthem logo at the company's corporate headquarters in Indianapolis. Health insurer Anthem said in a statement Wednesday Feb. 4, 2015 hackers infiltrated its computer network and accessed a swathe of personal information about current and former customers including their incomes and street addresses. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)

(NBC News) America’s second-largest health insurance company has become the latest target of huge hacking attack.

The information exposed in the Anthem, Inc. breach, everything from Social Security numbers to pay information, is as stunning as the number of people affected.

80-million current and members in 16 states were exposed.

Anthem says it’s working with the FBI to figure out the damage of this latest mega-breach and “working around the clock” to secure sensitive information.

Sources say there’s no evidence credit card information was targeted, but experts say the information that was compromised could be far more valuable to identity thieves.

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