Federal gov’t receives poor grades in security test

The federal government received an overall grade of F on the annual Computer Security Report Card, conducted by Rep. Stephen Horn (R-Calif.).

Fourteen of the 24 agencies reviewed failed, with the highest grade–a B–going to the U.S. Social Security Administration.

Last year, the government’s overall score was also an F.

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