Arlington, Va.-Based Dominion National health insurer agreed to pay a $ 2 million settlement for a data breach discovered in April 2019.
1. The Dominion National vision and dental insurance provider learned in April 2019 that an unauthorized third party had accessed some of its computer servers since August 2010.
2. Data stored on computer servers included current and former member registration and demographic information, social security numbers, members’ mailing and email addresses, dates of birth, bank account and routing numbers. and tax identification numbers.
3. The data breach affected 2.9 million people, according to the HHS data breach portal.
4. All eligible class members can begin filing claims for any loss or expense related to the security breach. The deadline for filing is January 15, 2022, according to Dominion National’s online notice.
5. Dominion National has agreed to cover up to $ 300 per person for out-of-pocket costs and charges for credit reports and credit monitoring services arising from the incident. The payer will also provide up to $ 100 in lost time to those responding to an incident.
“Dominion National will also compensate for extraordinary losses, up to $ 7,500 per person, for actual, documented and unreimbursed monetary losses that are fairly and reasonably attributable to the data security incident,” states the notice of settlement. . “Total total compensation for ordinary and extraordinary losses will be capped at $ 2 million. “