The Pentagon has already implemented changes to its Servicemembers Civil Relief Act website, including by requiring users to sign up for accounts before they can request data.
A judge said the difference between “disclosure” and “theft,” and inability to predict future harm were two reasons she dismissed the OPM data breach lawsuits.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology gives a holiday gift to agencies and organizations in a how-to guide for recovering from a cyber attack.
New numbers from the Office of Personnel Management show that only about 2.7 million people — or roughly 11 percent — out of the 21.5 million victims of the two OPM data breaches last year have enrolled in free identity protection services.
The vast majority of respondents to our Federal News Radio poll – 82 percent – said they were ”very worried” about the breach and that if they were affected, they planned to take advantage of the credit monitoring services being offered by OPM.