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Government Gets a D-Plus on Computer Security

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Government Gets a D-Plus on Computer Security

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Government Gets a D-Plus on Computer Security

Government Gets a D-Plus on Computer Security

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Grades for the federal government's efforts to enhance computer security are in, and they don't look good. Top U.S. government agencies earned, on average, a D-plus on the overall security of their computer systems. The Department of Homeland Security received a failing grade.

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