The hackers in this week’s cyber-attack stole information from current and former Anthem customers, including names, address, social security numbers, birthdates and other information that can be used for identity theft. Anthem is in the process of identifying victims. Those affected will receive a letter in the mail in the coming weeks. The BBB says if you are a victim take advantage of the free credit monitoring services Anthem will offer you. Also, if you have children on your plan their identities may be at risk as well. President and CEO of BBB Serving Western Virginia Julie Wheeler says minors have clean security numbers and no credit, making them attractive targets for identity thieves. For more tips from the Better Business Bureau you can click here. To see what Anthem is doing about the cyber-attack you can click here.