TRIGGER WARNING: Wherein I question bureaucrats.
For John, BLUF: You lock your doors, don't you? Nothing to see here; just move along.
Lisa Rein, of The Washington Post, gave us "Federal personnel chief: 'I don't believe anyone is personally responsible' for Chinese hack".
Well, of course the Chinese are responsible for the hacking. But, doesn't someone within the Federal Government bear responsibility for blocking hackers? Here is the lede:
Senators want OPM head fired after data hack(1:51)I am just waiting for my letter, notifying me that my data has been compromised.
Senators are continuing their call for the ouster of Katherine Archuleta, director of the Office of Personnel Management, where cyber hackers stole the records of millions of people. (AP)
The federal personnel chief said Tuesday that she does not believe "anyone is personally responsible" for the massive hack of federal employee data and security clearance files and instead blamed the breach on old computer systems and the hackers themselves.
Someone said, earlier,
We are lost …Regards — Cliff