You would think that the White House would be one of the most secure buildings in the world, let alone the country. But a recent report from two senators suggests that's not exactly the case.
According to the United States Senate's letter to the Executive Office of the President, the office has failed to update several security measures in his big, white home over the past three years. These security flaws were exposed last fall when Russian hackers exploited the White House unclassified network.
Even with that direct attack to White House networks, however, no action has been taken to rectify the situation.
The letter warned that all departments of the government need to be on the same page with cybersecurity, especially after the attack on the Office of Personnel Management earlier this year that is leaving over 18 million citizens at risk.