Keypoint is suspected of being the source of the leaked credentials, which allowed hackers to swipe millions of records from the OPM database.
The OPM said in a statement that it discovered the breach in April, and became sure that the records had indeed been stolen in early May.
ABC News has been all over the OPM hacking story, first reporting the hack was bigger than we realized and the KeyPoint contractor link. The network’s reporting even turned up in the oversight committee hearing on the OPM data breac...
The OPM rectified its initial report where it said that only 1.1 million fingerprints were stolen in the largest U.S. government data breach in history. The hackers, in fact, stole 5.6 million fingerprints of federal employees.
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