Inspector General Steve Linick confirmed Tuesday before the Senate that the State Department computer systems have been hacked in the past.
The admission came in response to a question from Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga.
“Do you have evidence that the State Department’s network has been attacked, and does that affect you guys?” Perdue asked.
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“There is evidence it has been attacked, and it has affected us. I can’t really go into details because of the nature of the information,” Linick responded.
If a State Department system can be hacked despite all the security available to the federal government, imagine how vulnerable a privately owned server is.
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