COVID-19 Screening

The economy is slowly reopening after COVID-19 closures, and many business owners are in unfamiliar territory. With the addition of new safety regulations, mounting consumer concerns, and the need to keep employees safe, businesses have huge hurdles to cross before they can reopen. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, business owners need to “keep…

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individuals’ background check and security clearance data from as long as three decades ago. Last week, OPM admitted that during that breach, hackers accessed up to 5.6 million government workers’ fingerprints. Though the department did not disclose whose fingerprint data was compromised, the fingerprints are suspected to belong to military and intelligence personnel that maintain…

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Office of Personnel Management’s security breach had affected up to 14 million citizens. Now, it looks like those numbers were vastly underestimated; allegedly up to a whopping 32 million former, current and prospective federal employees may have been affected, according to the latest numbers. Those numbers may also include those who enlisted — or attempted…

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up to 4 million current and former government employees may have had their records compromised. The information that may have been accessed included social security numbers, birth dates and some bank information. However, other U.S. officials said that the hackers may have gotten access to information about federal employees’ security clearances and background checks dating…

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