Jul 25, 2015

Lawmaker: Feds guilty of 'hypocrisy' on data breaches | Washington Examiner

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, a former cybersecurity executive, says the federal government is hypocritical when it comes to accountability for data breaches, like the two massive ones at the Office of Personnel Management. Those breaches put sensitive information about 21.5 million Americans in the hands of hackers. The hypocrisy is that while the government leaves its networks and the data of...

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