Boehner, McCarthy and Scalise on Thursday called for axing the OPM chief.
Rep. Hurd: “This ‘do as I say, not as I do’ culture runs rampant in Washington."
The federal government has taken a lackadaisical approach to securing its computer systems.
The FBI says it will "aggressively pursue and hold accountable those responsible."
Call center workers sold information about hundreds of thousands of customers.
A pair of key Democrats is already rallying against the draft legislation.
Sen. Jerry Moran said high-profile breaches like the one at Anthem have become common.
In a letter to Congress Friday, the groups asked for stricter rules for retailers.
Hackers were stealing data between mid-August and mid-September, the office supplies retailer said.
Retailers accused credit unions of waging a dishonest public relations campaign.
The National Association of Federal Credit Union (NAFCU) is once again pushing Congress to set data...
A spat between retailers and credit unions is escalating ahead of holiday shopping season.
The agency initially revealed a breach that just exposed 4.2 million federal workers.
There are some ways federal employees sue over the data breach.
New York's effort to regulate apps like Uber and Lyft raises privacy and security concerns.
It’s the third major health insurance data breach in 2015.
Democrats are split on new legislation to crack down on hackers.
The draft legislation aims to protect people whose data may have been stolen by hackers.
Two separate House panels are scheduled to tackle the issue Tuesday.
Currently, a patchwork of state laws faces companies experiencing a data breach.
The survey found that 45 percent of the country have been told their data has been targeted.
Cyber theives may have had access since 2009.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent yet another letter to Senate leaders on Tuesday.
Bank of America, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs were three of 16 companies that got letters.