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How to protect yourself Victims of the attack can take advantage of services to protect themselves from fraud. Current, former and prospective federal employees, contractors and their spouses and children whose information was hacked are eligible for OPM's free credit and identity theft monitoring service for at least three years. OPM also plans to develop a proposal for the same service for all federal employees, even if they are not affected by this breach. "They're more interested in recruiting spies or blackmailing employees or finding out who key government employees are and using this information in much more nefarious ways." Phishing scams fraudulent emails that trick you into giving up private information, sometimes for blackmail are one way the information could be used. OPM is notifying people who are affected by the breach, but even those emails must be handled very carefully. "OPM has already announced to all the hackers out there exactly what this email is supposed to look like. So it's a double edged sword for them to try to alert everybody to watch for this email. But what they've done is made it really easy for people who want to create really sophisticated phishing scams. So spoofing or making it look like the official OPM email is going to be very easy to do." Colburn says emails should be treated as guilty until proven innocent, even if you do not have any affiliation with the government. "Somebody that actually wasn't a part of this breach may get one of these convincing emails." Information about the attack can be found on OPM's data breach website. If you are a victim of a phishing scam, you need to file a report with the Federal Trade Commission. 2015 WTOP. The OPM Director is a political hack (Obama campaign) and has surrounded herself with a chorus of appointee She so qualified she will never be fired and the choir of yes men will continue to pull SES grade political appointee paychecks. They will all get a piece of the Federal Pension pie and you will get nothing. An unlucky number of victims to their negligence will have their identity hacked and the next 10 years made a living hell. You will have to pay for in legal fees, administrative fees, filing fees, affidavits, court appearances, new licenses, bank fees to fix your credit cards, mortgage and the list goes on and on. I totally with Must Be Bored! They are doing nothing but giving lip service to this, providing a minimal amount o advice too long after the fact. And they nothing but a bunch of complete idiots who cannot do their work competently. Public trial on The Mall so they can be shamed is too good a punishment! Like they even care if all of us get duped by phishing emails or have our life savings drained by a disgusting hacker who doesn deserve to live. Find truly competent people who will: FIND THE HACKERS, TAKE THEM OUT. OPM needs to start doing some REAL WORK on behalf of the people they have ROYALLY SCREWED! Okay, let get real here. Security of our cyber world is not the responsibility of any individual agency, anymore than individual states are responsible for protecting itself against a nuclear attack. Both are the responsibility of the United States of America the Federal government. Yes, of course, there are responsibilities, but this country has not faced a very important truth. We have been so in love with anything techy, we have allowed not only our financial system, our electrical system, our personal issues, and everything else vulnerable to someone with a guy who smarter at using the system than we are. In the future, all of our lives will be in the hands of a couple of nerds employed by governments to destroy the cyber world of well, us. We are in a real, true war for survival and we worrying about firing the head of OPM. We spitting on a wildfire and convincing ourselves the town down in the valley will be saved. Somebody better get their head out of the sand and do something or that terrifying scene in of the Apes where the Statue of Liberty lies broken on the ground won be just a popcorn flick. I am writing you because I am a former Federal employee and contractor living in the Washington DC area affected by the OPM data breach. The OPM hack has been in the news about 3 weeks. About 2 weekends ago I heard Ms. Archuleta head of the OPM testify before the House Committee that Rep. Elijah Cummings is the ranking member on. Her testimony was the information of somewhere between 4 million and 20 or 30 million current and former federal employees, contractors, and even job applicants were effected. OPM contracted with CSID to perform credit monitoring for those affected. In the last 24 hours the OPM hack has been at the head of all news shows, WTOP, NPR, Washington Post. Archuleta testified that millions of letters were sent out about June 19 to those affected. I did not receive such a letter, even though my address has been the same since 1997. I no longer have a federal email, as I now work for the DC government the last 10 years. As I have been watching the postal mail and did not receive a letter from OPM, I attempted numerous times this week to contact CSID, per the instructions on OPM's website. I contacted both 844 777 2743 and 844 222 2743, and I spoke to a service representative within a few minutes, the wait time was not long. Each time (about 8 times this week) I spoke to a different representative. I requested a pin number for accessing my credit protection plan. Each time the conversation went the same. They asked for my first and last name, and indicated they had my address on file. Then they asked for the "last 4" of my SSN. Reluctantly once or twice I provided it. It was at that point the conversation turned bizarre. They then told me "I was not one of the people affected.' I pleaded and protested, trying to figure out how they could state that so assertively, when Ms. Archuleta and her IT chief Ms. Seymour have no idea within an astronomical figure of several million who was affected. At one point I spoke to a supervisor named "Jason." (No last names were provided me). I stated to the representatives that their company was recipient of a no bid contract, I was a taxpayer, and by the way, a federal employee and contractor for more than 35 years! I have heard of bureaucracy. But CSID's customer service to me has been worse than rotten it was nonexistent. I asked the people I spoke to if they were in the Washington area, where there office was. They refused to answer me "because of security concerns."