Anthem Refuses US Gov Security Audit

Insurance provider Anthem has reportedly refused to let the US Office of Personnel Management’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) perform a full security audit of its systems, in the wake of a massive data breach that potentially affected 70 million Americans.

According to an anonymous spokesperson, the company first refused to allow the agency to perform “standard vulnerability scans and configuration compliance tests” both last summer and in 2013—so the refusals aren’t directly linked to the breach.


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