ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The board of Minnesota’s health insurance exchange is meeting with plans to discuss a recent security breach.

MNsure’s board of directors meets Friday afternoon. The gathering comes a week after a MNsure employee accidentally sent out personal information, including Social Security numbers, of about 2,400 insurance agents.

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MNsure officials say the mistake that was quickly rectified. The agency’s executive director, April Todd-Malmlov, is scheduled to brief board members about how it happened and what was done to remedy it. The information was accidentally included in an email to an insurance agent in Burnsville.

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The state’s top technology official is also on the meeting’s agenda to deliver a briefing on information security issues. MNsure critics have raised concerns that the agency would not do enough to protect personal information of enrollees.

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