Yet Another Twist in Messy Aetna Privacy Breach Case

May 31, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

A messy legal case involving a 2017 privacy breach that has already cost Aetna about $20 million in settlements has taken yet another twist. The health insurer has filed suit against two more organizations in an attempt to recoup some of its breach-related costs. Those organizations represented plaintiffs in another privacy-related dispute.

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