This week marks a year since the government first revealed that hackers had stolen personnel files of some 4 million current and former federal employees.
About a month later, that number grew to more than 20 million people, including contractors, family members and others who had undergone background checks for federal employment. Everything, from Social Security numbers to birth dates, even fingerprint records was accessed through Office of Personnel Management networks.
“Massive Data Breach,” the headlines called it.
So has anything changed in the succeeding 12 months?
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