- Associated Press - Friday, February 6, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak says a cyberattack that breached the security of health insurer Anthem, Inc., could affect some Oklahomans.

The stolen information includes names, birthdays, medical IDs, social security numbers, street addresses, email addresses, employment info and income data. The company is assessing the damage.

Anthem does not sell directly in Oklahoma, but Doak says some people in the state may have Anthem insurance through their employer. These Oklahomans will have an Anthem Blue Cross ID Card.

Customers are advised to look for communications directly from Anthem and keep a close eye on all financial information such as bank accounts, credit scores and credit card accounts.

Residents can visit AnthemFacts.com or call 1-877-263-7995 to for any questions or concerns.


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