Greg Wilshusen: Agencies make little progress protecting their data and networks

Agencies have made little progress over the last two years protecting their data and computer networks. That's according to a new Government Accountability Offi...

Agencies have made little progress over the last two years protecting their data and computer networks. That's according to a new Government Accountability Office report reviewing 24 agencies' implementation of the Federal Information Security Management Act. GAO finds most agencies still struggle with access control, configuration management, segregating IT responsibilities away from a single systems administrator. Greg Wilshusen is the director of information security issues at GAO. He joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.

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