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U.S. Federal departments protected worse, than mailboxes of citizens

U.S. Federal departments protected worse, than mailboxes of citizens

Data of some ministries of the federal U.S. Government were protected by passwords which aren’t recommended to be used even for accounts of e-mail of civilians, is spoken in the Congress report. Such passwords as “QWERTY” and personal names of users made vulnerable networks of several government agencies of the USA, is spoken in the […]

GE-Hitachi Fined for “Significant” Security Breaches in Nuclear Fuel Effort

GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy has paid more than $45,000 in penalties for “significant” violations of federal regulations in its effort to develop a new means of producing atomic fuel, Global Security Newswire has learned.

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