How Federal Agencies Might Improve their Poor Cybersecurity Posture

Hillary Clinton may have dodged an indictment when the FBI announced it would not recommend criminal charges against her for using a private email server while Secretary of State, but the State Department itself took a hit on account of its overall security culture.

During the FBI announcement last week on the Clinton email probe, FBI Director James Comey faulted the State Department for “generally lacking in the kind of care for classified information that is found elsewhere in the U.S. government.”

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