Two Chinese nationals charged with Anthem data breach

A US federal grand jury in Indianapolis has charged two Chinese nationals with conspiring to commit fraud, wire fraud, and intentional damage to a protected computer, in the 2014 case of data breach of Anthem, a health insurance company, as well as at least three other companies. The Anthem breach exposed 80 million records, including social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and other information of Anthem customers and employees. The hacks were described as not state sponsored.