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Commerce Probes White House Notification Policy After Data Breach Republican Press Office 202-224-1246

Commerce Probes White House Notification Policy After Data Breach
Republican Press Office 202-224-1246

May 03 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) has sent a letter to President Barack Obama regarding concerns that the recent data breach on the White House information system may have compromised Americans’ personally-identifiable information. Specifically, the letter seeks information regarding notification policies the White House is committed to following should it find evidence that personally-identifiable information was likely compromised.

« Just like any entity that handles personally-identifiable information, the White House has a responsibility to notify Americans if the recent or any, future breach, results in a compromise,” said Thune about his inquiry. “If such information has been lost, the White House still has a responsibility to victims even if it believes the hack was perpetrated by foreign spies and not cyber thieves. I look forward to receiving answers from the White House. »

The full letter is included below, and available here.


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