One Lawmaker Wants to Conduct a Study of the OPM Cyber Attack

Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) has introduced legislation to conduct a study of the recent cybersecurity breach on the Office of Personnel Management’s computer systems in order to determine an appropriate response to the government’s apparent security problems.

OPM Provides List of FAQs About Cybersecurity Incident

The Office of Personnel Management has released a detailed list of frequently asked questions covering important information related to the cyber breach reported last week that impacted the personal information of as many as 4 million current and former federal workers.

TSP: Your Accounts Are Safe

The TSP issued the following statement today in the wake of the news about the massive cyber attack that has left millions of current and former federal workers’ personal data vulnerable:

We are aware of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) cybersecurity incident. It is important to note that TSP account numbers are not shared with OPM.

OPM Data Breach: What You Need to Know

More information is continuing to be released about the massive computer breach that hit the Office of Personnel Management’s computer network and left so many federal workers’ personal data potentially vulnerable. Here are the key facts you need to know about this ongoing situation.

Information From OPM About Cyber Attack

What officials believe may be the largest cyber attack to ever hit government computers has potentially impacted the personal data of at least 4 million current and former federal employees. The Office of Personnel Management has provided this important information to the federal workforce to help them safeguard their personal data.