It’s been more than two months since the Office of Personnel Management was hacked, compromising the data of millions of federal workers.
Last month, both the Senate and the House held hearings on the matter with plenty of fingers pointed and blame placed but with few answers.
On Wednesday lawmakers will launch a new round of hearings looking into the data breach.
Science and Technology House Subcommittee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-TX) said the OPM hack says this may be just the tip of the iceberg.
“We do know these data breaches are the worst we know of to date. It might have involved as many as 18 million federal employees as well as their information that might be privileged or classified or deal with our national security,” Rep. Smith said. Read more at WPDE-TV....
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