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FCW : July 15, 2015
BackStory About that breach... 42 July 15, 2015 FCW.COM Source: Office of Personnel Management Birthdate and place of birth (p. 1) Weight, height, hair and eye color (p. 1) Home ownership and places of residence (p. 6) Family members, including half-siblings, stepparents and in-laws (p. 41) International travel and contacts with foreign nationals (p. 59) Arrests, summons, lawsuits and (big) traffic tickets (p. 86) Drug and alcohol abuse (p. 93) Other background checks that have been conducted (p. 104) Bankruptcy, gambling and bad debts (p. 106) IT transgressions (p. 113) Social Security number (every single page) The federal employee records stolen from the Office of Personnel Management were bad enough, but Standard Form 86 — the 127-page questionnaire used for security clearances — might have given hackers a jaw-dropping range of personal data. If you’re one of the millions of feds who have completed an SF86, the information at risk includes: 0715fcw_042.indd 42 6/22/15 3:46 PM
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