The phishing scam happened on
The company said it has notified impacted Florida Blue members.
Magellan said the purpose of the scam was to send out email spam and not to view or access contents of the emails.
The personal information of Florida Blue members may have been accessed, including their name, date of birth and member ID, the company said.
But it added that "a third-party expert assisted the company in the investigation, which found no evidence that the unauthorized third party actually accessed, viewed or attempted to use the information in the employee's email account. It also found no compromise or unauthorized intrusion into any other information systems of the company that contained the personal information of Florida Blue members," Magellan said in a news release.
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The improper access occurred
Aegis said patients how may have been affected have been notified.
The company advised the notified patients to monitor their bank accounts and credit cards, place fraud alerts with the credit bureaus and create an Identity Theft Report by filing a complaint with the
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