The Federal Aviation Administration is inadequately securing medical and personal information on the more than 3 million airmen who it certifies as being fit to operate an aircraft, according to a new report.
A Congressman is citing the recent theft of an unencrypted laptop containing health information on 616 veterans as evidence that the Department of Veterans Affairs is not doing enough to protect information.
The Treasury Department blamed a cloud computing provider for the disruption of its website that provides the Internet face of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the agency that prints United States currency.
Listen to a round up of GovInfoSecurity.com's most fascinating content created in April, including:
Beyond Firewalls and Encryption: FAA Infosec Pilot Showcases Multi-Disciplinary Approach
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