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Even after the Hack, the White House STILL might not be secure

The letter says, “Recent reports that the Office of Personnel Management suffered multiple significant intrusions, resulting in the exposure of millions of employees’ personal information, only underscore the importance of every federal agency, including the EOP, to take steps to improve its cybersecurity posture."

The senators reached out to the Executive Office of the President, but to no avail. They are trying to figure out if the EOP did comply with national security standards, and if they did comply, why they haven't included their status in the annual cybersecurity report.

We don't want the White House to be open to cyberattacks. And keeping up with the latest network protection protocols is vital to securing sensitive documents from foreign and domestic threats. I'll let you know if and when we get any more news about this concerning cybersecurity issue.

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