Select Page

Cybersecurity Gaps Exist in Federal Agencies, White House Report Finds

(TNS) — WASHINGTON — Despite the U.S. government’s steps to tackle cybersecurity threats, hackers continue to target federal agencies and they experienced tens of thousands of incidents last year, according to a White House report.

The Trump administration released the Office of Management and Budget’s annual report to Congress on federal cyber performance on Friday. Federal agencies weren’t immune to broader trends affecting the general public, as they reported 30,899 “cyber incidents” in fiscal 2016 that led to the “compromise of information or system functionality” to the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, the report disclosed.

Download your "Special Report on Passwords and Password Security"

You have Successfully Subscribed!

The Next Masterclass is Coming Soon!

Fill out the form below and be notified as soon as the registration for the next Masterclass opens.

Thank you, we'll notify you as soon as the Masterclass registration opens!