Tag Archives: OPM

OPM data breach update–$133 million contract awarded to vendor

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the Defense Department announced this week that a Portland, Oregon based vendor has been selected to assist with breach notification and credit assistance for the almost 22 million individuals affected by the OPM data breaches. The cost? $133 million. Although the services that will be provided to the … Continue Reading

OPM update: OPM hit with another class action suit—this one filed by a Judge

Ho hum. Another class action filed against OPM for its massive data breach. The interesting fact here? The suit’s named plaintiff is a Judge with the Social Security Administration. On Friday, August 7, Social Security Administration Judge Teresa J. McGarry hit the OPM with its latest proposed class action suit alleging that OPM was aware … Continue Reading

OPM Data Breach Update

The Senate Appropriations Committee has approved funding to provide the 22 million individuals affected by the OPM data breaches with 10 years of credit monitoring services and $5 million in liability protection for damages, extending the OPM’s offer of three years of services for those affected by the background check breach and 18 months for … Continue Reading
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