Anthem Blue Cross data breach may include faculty

California State University faculty may be among the millions of Californians whose personal information was compromised in the Anthem Blue Cross data breach last week.

The health insurer announced Feb. 4 that it fell victim to hackers who broke into a database containing personal information, including names, birthdays, Social Security numbers, addresses, member ID numbers, phone numbers, email addresses and employment information. Medical information, credit card numbers and bank information were not compromised, according to a report by the San Jose Mercury News.

Anthem will individually notify current and former members whose information had been accessed and will provide credit monitoring and identity protection services to them for free, according to reports.

Members can access information by going to www.anthemfacts.com or calling (877) 263-7995.