Today Ntrepid announced a program to provide our Passages secure virtual browser to the victims of the OPM breach. These individuals, and the organizations for which they worked, are extremely vulnerable to attack because of the detailed and very personal information that was exposed by the hackers.

NextGov has already reported on our program:

Going forward, when 20-some million victimized retirees, former feds, contractors, current government personnel and their family members “are on the Internet, in any way, they can be touched and if you already know who they are and all you are trying to do is sort out who they are in touch with” who has access to classified data, “that’s how you compromise national security systems.”

Victims can sign up starting February 29 to receive Passages free for one year as soon as it is available to individual users later this year.

Our press release is here.