[SecurityWeek] Senate Report: Federal Agencies Still Have Poor Cybersecurity Practices

A bipartisan report released this week by the United States Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee shows that key government agencies have made little progress in terms of cybersecurity over the past two years.

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