It isn’t often that the federal government admits fault, but when it does, chances are it’s a big deal. According to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), approximately 5.6 million fingerprint records on file were compromised by a major data breach. OPM originally reported that only 1.1 million fingerprints had been stolen, but a new statement refreshes the number to read more accurately. While federal officials have yet to name who is suspect for committing the crime against the U.S., speculation is leaning toward the Chinese government. The major worry on the government’s mind is that there may be counterintelligence ... Read More
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