Congressional Senate leaders have sent a letter to Tim Cook asking for a briefing about the iCloud security breach over the Labor Day holiday weekend. At that time, a miscreant or group of miscreants released nude photos (both fake and real) of more than 100 female celebrities after compromising their iCloud accounts.
Specifically, Senator John D Rockefeller (D-WV) (Chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation) and Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) (Chair of the Senate Committee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Insurance) wrote the letter, with other names attached.
Senators John D. Rockefeller and Claire McCaskill
They want to find out "what security protocols Apple has adopted to maximize the privacy and safety of your customers who store information on your company's popular iCloud." Tim Cook has already stated that security measures are in the process of being deployed.