Target, Home Depot, Sony ... and now Anthem.
It's the second-biggest health insurance company in the country with 80 million customers and employees, and it's the subject of a massive data breach.
In California alone, the personal info of more than 37 million customers was stolen including names, Social Security numbers and addresses.
The company maintains that credit cards or medical information were not taken.
Danny Yadron, cybersecurity reporter for the Wall Street Journal, explains how secure our personal data are with health companies.