This government can’t keep pointing fingers

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This government can’t keep pointing fingers

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was one of eight federal agencies that scored an F on the most recent Federal Computer Security report card. That's scary and funny all at once.

It's funny because it's the DHS, for crying out loud, the department that's been waving the banner for better infosecurity, demanding that private companies take responsibility for securing their networks and, hence, guard the country's critical infrastructure. On the other hand, it's exactly ...

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