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A new report on the EINSTEIN government cybersecurity system concluded that it is only “partially meeting its stated system objectives,” and needs some major changes. The report comes from the U.S. General Accountability Office (GAO) and had some startling revelations, including that the National Cybersecurity Protection System(NCPS), operationally known as EISTEIN, is currently only able to scan email for malware and cannot monitor Web traffic. Stephen Gates, our principal sales engineer and senior technical expert said government cybersecurity endeavors tend to move slowly, but he approved of the recommendations made by GAO. To read the full article, please click here.