Cigna's privacy officer steps down

Cigna's U.S. privacy officer and lead cybersecurity counsel left the company for a new position, according to Bloomberg Law.

Four things to know:

1. Matthew Fitzsimmons joined Cigna in 2017 as privacy officer. At Cigna, he led state and federal privacy law implementation, the insurer's incident response team and privacy training.

2. He also managed privacy issues related to Cigna's integration with Express Scripts.

3. Mr. Fitzsimmons left Cigna to become a partner in the state attorneys general and data privacy practice groups at Shipman & Goodwin.

4. Prior to joining Cigna, Mr. Fitzsimmons was an assistant attorney general in the Connecticut attorney general's office.

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