Secret Service database still vulnerable to improper access: IG report

Andrea Noble reports:

Information technology shortcomings within the Secret Service mean the potential still exists for employees to improperly access the agency’s restricted database, as agents did last year when they leaked unflattering information about House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz, according to a new inspector general’s report.

The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General has found that even after last year’s embarrassing incident, the Secret Service still does not have adequate controls in place to protect sensitive information it stores in its databases.

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Well, that should be helpful after our government commits cyberwarfare against Russia and Russia looks to hack back. 

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