The Justice Department now says that a recent case in Maryland involving stolen identities may not be linked to the OPM data breaches after all.
Two lawmakers want to know how federal employees’ personal data from the OPM data breaches ended up being used in a domestic fraud case.
A Maryland woman has pleaded guilty to exploiting personal data of current and former federal employees stolen in the OPM data breaches.
Legislation that would provide free lifetime identity theft protection to victims of OPM’s data breaches has been reintroduced in the House.
The Department of Homeland Security announced a data breach that impacted over 245,000 current and former employees.
A federal court has sided in favor of OPM and one of its contractors in lawsuits filed by AFGE and NTEU seeking damages in the data breaches that exposed the personal data of over 20 million current and former federal employees.
Legislation has been introduced to create a new position to help federal employees who are the victims of cyber attacks. The author raises some questions that are not immediately clear from the text of the bill.
According to a new GAO report, OPM has made progress in improving its information security but still has more work to do.
President Trump has issued an executive order that will hold heads of federal agencies accountable for implementing IT risk management procedures.