Federal Manager's Daily Report

The Defense Information Systems Agency has acknowledged a breach of personal information on some 200,000 people including many of its own employees.

As is common in such breaches of federal agencies, affected persons are to be offered free credit monitoring services and are being advised of other steps they might want to take, such as placing a fraud alerts with credit reporting companies.


DISA has released little information other than to say that the breach happened in mid-2019 and that personal information including Social Security numbers was compromised, and that it has taken steps to better secure its systems.

DISA provides central IT support and services to other DoD components.

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