Lawmakers demand answers in wake of strange OPM identity fraud lawsuit
Virginia lawmakers are especially interested in learning how the defendants acquired the data.
GAO dings DHS for failing to share info on cybersecurity workforce efforts
DHS did not complete efforts to identify and assign codes to all its cybersecurity positions, according to GAO.
More than two years after historic breach, OPM continues to struggle with cybersecurity
The agency's Inspector General said things haven't really gotten better since OPM's infamous breach.
Arrest of Chinese malware suspect highlights DOJ's strategy against foreign hackers
The arrest of Yu Pingan in connection with the development of high-profile malware serves to highlight the Justice Department's modern and expansive efforts to prosecute foreign hackers in spite of extradition challenges.
After 2015 breach, OPM overpaid for identity theft protections, report finds
The Office of Personnel Management appears to be overpaying for an identity theft insurance program intended to protect more than 20 million current and former U.S. government employees whose personal information was exposed in a 2015 data breach, a government watchdog said.
OPM hearing devolves into shouting match about cybersecurity
Thursday's hearing on the Office of Personnel Management’s cyber defenses put Capitol Hill's lack of cybersecurity knowledge on full display.