DHS Gets Another F in Computer Security

This is comforting DHS Gets Another F in Computer Security.

Several agencies saw a considerable drop in their scores. The Department of Justice went from a B-minus in 2004 to a "D" in 2005, while Interior earned failing marks after getting a C-plus in 2004.

One of the greatest threats to our national security has been the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Between that and the fantasy that taking off my shoes to go through the detector at the airport (what about the chemical plants, railroads, airport employees, ports, small fields, Canada, tunnels under the southern border, etc) we are simply farther from having our act together. Too much time, money, and resources were spent on this massive re-org. How’s the FBI’s case management system coming along? How about giving email to the agents?

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