It is important to note that some affected by the data breach may not have had a plan through Dominion National, but had a plan for which Dominion National was a third-party administrator. (Credit: Koldunov/Shutterstock) It is important to note that some affected by the data breach may not have had a plan through Dominion National, but had a plan for which Dominion National was a third-party administrator. (Credit: Koldunov/Shutterstock)

The Delaware Department of Insurance announced it received a notice of a data security breach suffered by Dominion National, an insurer and administrator of dental and vision benefits. On April 24, 2019, through its investigation of an internal alert, Dominion National discovered that servers containing enrollment data, demographic details, personal information of consumers, plan producers and health care providers may have been accessed by an unauthorized party.

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