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Obama Administration Won’t Testify about the OPM Hack

No accountability for the Obama administration, apparently: The Obama administration at the “last minute” on Tuesday declined to allow leading officials to testify before a classified House committee investigating a massive hack attack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that led to the disclosure of millions of personal records, according to a leading lawmaker. […]

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OPM Chief Resigns after Data Breaches

Katherine Archuleta, the head of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or the chief of federal government workers, resigned effective immediately today. Under her oversight, at least two major data breaches occurred and affected at least 21 million Americans.

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December 2015

12/14/2015 - OPM Took 5 Months to Notify Workers of Cyber Breach

November 2015

11/29/2015 - Former Intel Committee Chairman says China’s Agreement on Hacking was a PR Stunt

11/18/2015 - Obama Administration Won’t Testify about the OPM Hack

July 2015

7/19/2015 - INFOGRAPHIC: OPM Hack Fact Sheet

7/17/2015 - Chinese Hackers Used American Servers in Cyberattack

7/16/2015 - OPM Hack is Worse Than You Think, Part of Large-Scale Attack on Feds

7/12/2015 - OPM Chief, in Resignation Letter, Applauds Security Efforts

7/11/2015 - OPM Chief Resigns after Data Breaches

7/10/2015 - Obama won’t Blame China for Massive OPM Hack

7/10/2015 - After Massive Cyberattack, OPM Chief Shrugs Off Calls for Resignation

7/10/2015 - The OPM Hack Affected at least 21 Million Americans