Indiana-headquartered Anthem (Elevance Health Inc., since June 2022) is a health insurance provider with more than 46.8 million members. In late February 2015, Anthem announced it had suffered a hacker attack that might have compromised personal records of up to 80 million people, including existing and former customers as well as employees. The exfiltrated information included names, birth dates, social security numbers, email addresses, income data, and employment information. No medical data was hacked, according to the insurance giant. There has been speculation linking the hack, which started in February 2014, to a foreign state actor in Asia. In June 2017, Anthem agreed to pay $115 million to settle class-action lawsuits as well as provide impacted members an additional two years of credit monitoring and identity protection services.