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The White House recently issued its annual cybersecurity progress report, finding that while federal agencies strengthened cybersecurity defenses in fiscal year 2016, “a significant amount of work remains to implement these controls.”

Grant Schneider, acting federal chief information security officer, wrote in a blog post announcing the report that federal agencies reported nearly 30,899 cybersecurity incidents to the Department of Homeland Security in fiscal 2016. Of those, just 16 were “major information security incidents” that required reporting information to Congress.

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