Cyber security researchers slammed HealthCare.gov’s security during a House hearing on Thursday morning, saying the site is still riddled with problems that could put consumers’ sensitive health details at risk.
“The reason we’re concluding that this is so shockingly bad is that the issues across the site are so varied,” David Kennedy, founder of the information security firm TrustedSec, told NBC News. “You don’t even have to hack into the system to see big issues — which means there are [major problems] underneath.”
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