In the wake of the massive data breach at health insurer Anthem, research from the New York Department of Financial Services indicates that insurance companies generally do a good job of containing cybersecurity breaches.

Though 42 percent of the 43 insurers surveyed reported that their systems had been compromised at least once in the past three years, less than five percent said that data integrity was compromised and none reported identity theft.

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