The Marsh insurance brokerage’s claims management subsidiary, CS Stars, has reached a $60,000 settlement with New York authorities over a security breach that exposed data from 540,000 people in the state’s workers’ compensation system.

New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo announced the agreement today over the 2006 incident. He said it was the first settlement under New York’s Information Security Breach and Notification Law. The $60,000 will pay the costs of the investigation, his statement said, and Stars admitted no violation of law.

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