Hackers Breach Travel Records At U.S. Dept of Defense, U.S. Govt Watchdog Says Pentagon Slow To Protect Weapon Systems From Cyber Threats
In a newly published report, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) said that the Pentagon has been slow to protect major weapon systems from cyber threats and routinely discovered critical vulnerabilities that hackers could potentially exploit in those systems. The report also said that the Department of Defense probably has an entire generation of systems that were designed and constructed without sufficient consideration of cybersecurity, reflecting a lack of focus on weapon systems cybersecurity.
 Pentagon says cyber breach of travel records may affect up to 30,000 Defense Department employees
 Pentagon slow to protect weapon systems from cyber threats - US agency
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