The latest high profile cyber attack involves over 4 million records of former and current government workers.

The U.S Office of Personnel Management said Thursday that it recently became aware of an incident where the records had been breached, including names, addresses, birthdates and social security numbers. From June 8 through June 19, OPM will be sending e-mails to the individuals whose personally identifiable information was compromised. The office says e-mails will come from [email protected] and will contain information about credit monitoring and identity theft protection services available to those affected by the breach.

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