Yet Another NASA Computer Break In. Employee Data May Be Affected

Potential Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Compromise of NASA Servers

"On Oct. 23, 2018, NASA cybersecurity personnel began investigating a possible compromise of NASA servers where personally identifiable information (PII) was stored. After initial analysis, NASA determined that information from one of the servers containing Social Security numbers and other PII data of current and former NASA employees may have been compromised. Upon discovery of the incidents, NASA cybersecurity personnel took immediate action to secure the servers and the data contained within. NASA and its Federal cybersecurity partners are continuing to examine the servers to determine the scope of the potential data exfiltration and identify potentially affected individuals. This process will take time. The ongoing investigation is a top agency priority, with senior leadership actively involved. NASA does not believe that any Agency missions were jeopardized by the cyber incidents."

- NASA Internal Memo: Breach of Personally Identifiable Information Update (2013), earlier post
- NASA's Stolen Laptop and Data Problem Just Got Worse (2012), earlier post
- NASA Still Has Big Unresolved Cybersecurity Issues , earlier post
- OIG: NASA Chief Information Officer Is Doing A Crappy Job , earlier post
- NASA Totally Flunks FITARA Scorecard 2 Years In A Row , earlier post

Earlier IT postings http://nasawatch.com/archives/itweb/

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