10 April 2006 | 4,259 views

Homeland Security Scores an F for Internal Security AGAIN

Don't let your data go over to the Dark Side!

Well I would have thought these guys should have had a little better security..

The Department of Homeland Security received an F (Failing) grade in cybersecurity from the House Government Reform Committee for the third year in a row. The Committee will likely give the Fed a D+ overall for its cybersecurity efforts. The grades will be unveiled today during a Committee oversight hearing, “Is the Government Ready for a Digital Pearl Harbor?” The grades are based on how well the comply with standards defined by the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)

Homeland Scores an F

Better hope the cyber warfare cells from ‘enemy countries’ don’t notice this eh?

Source: Zdnet BlogsFull Chart


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2 Responses to “Homeland Security Scores an F for Internal Security AGAIN”

  1. backbone 10 April 2006 at 3:10 pm Permalink

    i bet a kindergarden server is much more secure… :))