Mr. Lykes has been arrested and charged with five counts of violating the confidentiality of the Medically Indigent Assistance Act and one count of disclosure of confidential information, according to a Greenville Online report.
South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has asked that every state cabinet agency review its computer and information security to prevent another breach.
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